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U1 Progressive Era

American History

TermDefinition
Diplomacy Activity or skill of managing international relations
Monroe Doctrine Created by James Monroe A document opposing European colonialism 1823
Panama Canal Artificial waterway in Panama connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean; used for trading
The Society of Harmonious Fists Chinese secret organization that led an uprising in China "Boxers"
Open Door Policy Deals with trade policies with China
Audacious Showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks
Filament Long, thin thread like object or fiber
Irrevocable Can't take back
Molten Liquefied Steel
Rogue Doing your own thing
Tenement Small living quarters often times crowded and in poor condition
Unscrupulous Not honest
Veritable Authentic
Advocate Person who publicly supports a particular cause or policy
Created by: 22danirobi