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Imperialism

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Compensated American producers of cane and beet sugar a bounty of two cents a pound McKinley Tariff Act
Deprived Cuban nationalist rebels of food and recruits "reconcentration" camps
Amendment proposed by Senator Henry M. Teller disclaiming any intention of adding Cuban territories to the United States Teller Amendment
Filipino nationalist leader Emilio Aquinaldo
War in the Philippines using save guerrilla warfare Spanish-American War
Forced Cuba to not make treaties with foreign powers and to allow U.S. naval bases on its soil Platt Amendment
Captured Emilio Aquinaldo during the Spanish-American War Frederick Funston
Policy in which the U.S. would not concern themselves in the matters of other countries Isolationism
Policy that kept China open to trade with all countries on an even basis Open Door policy
Rebellion of Chinese Nationalists in Peking that lasted weeks Boxer Rebellion
Agreement in which the Japanese promised not to issue passports to laborers seeking to come to America Gentlemen's Agreement
Asserted U.S. right to military intervention in Latin America Roosevelt Corollary
Encouraged U.S government-supported investment Dollar Diplomacy
Allowed U.S. warships to travel swiftly between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans Panama Canal
Policy of extending a country's power and influence through diplomacy or military force Imperialism
Created Dollar Diplomacy, 27th president of the United States William Howard Taft
Country thats development is influenced by another country even though it has no formal authority Sphere of Influence
Leader of the Social Gospel movement, author of "Our Country" Josiah Strong
Allowed the U.S to take charge of the Dominican customs service Monroe Doctrine
Greatly increased extent of anti-Spanish opinion in the U.S. Sinking of the Maine in Havana harbor
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