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Sugar planters, supported by U.S. marines, overthrew the Hawaiian monarchy in 1893, and the United States annexed Hawaii in 1898. True
Theodore Roosevelt commanded an all-volunteer U.S. cavalry unit, known as the Rough Riders, that fought in the Spanish- American War. True
Although the United States bought raw materials from Latin America in the 1800s, Latin America Bought most of its manufactured goods from Europe.
At the Pan-American conference, Secretary of State James G. Blaine wanted to create a customs union with low tariffs, in the hope it would Turn the Latin Americans away from European products.
Formed as a result of the Pan-American conference of 1889, the Commerical Bureau of the American Republics is known today as the Organization of American States
In the late 1800s, many European nations were looking overseas for places to sell their goods because Tariffs had reduce trade among industrialized nations.
As the United States industrialized, many Americans concluded that the nation needed new overseas markets to Keep its economy strong.
The United States became an imperial power as a result of The Spansh-American war
Today, the Philippines are an Independent country
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