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Unit 4 Study Guide

Unit 4 Study Guides]

What year was the Sherman Anti-trust Act passed? 1890
What year was the Hepburn Act passed? 1906
Why was the Square Deal implemented? To break up monopolies
Who implemented the Square Deal? Teddy Roosevelt
What did the Roosevelt Corollary do? The Corollary stated that the US would take action in any conflict between Europe and Latin America.
What did the Roosevelt Corollary add on to? The Monroe doctrine implemented by President Monroe.
When was the Roosevelt Corollary created and then when was it implemented? Created in 1903 and implemented in 1905.
True or False? The Roosevelt Corollary was strictly enforced. False
The Open Door Policy was implemented in what year(s)? 1899 and 1900
Muckraking was popularized by what 3 main people? Jacob Riis, Frank Norris, and Upton Sinclair
What is muckraking? This is the gathering of bad things to present to people and show them that a problem exists.
When did Muckraking get popular? The late 19th century.
Who was president after Roosevelt? William Taft
Who introduced the Dollar Diplomacy? William Taft
What was the Dollar Diplomacy's goal? To change Latin's America's banks from European banks to USA banks.
What year did USA loan money to Nicaragua? 1911
Up until what year did the USA help Nicaragua? 1933
Who led a rebellion in Mexico? Francisco Madero
Who were the allied powers in WWI? Great Britain, France, Russia, Italy, Romania, Japan, and the US
Who were the central powers? Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire
What were the years of the war? 1914-1918
Why did the US enter the war? Germany blew up a ship (The Lusitania) that was carrying 150 Americans. Also Germans tried to send a message to Mexico to make them attack the US.
How did the war end? The Treaty of Versailles was signed.
What did the treaty of Versailles outline? Diplomacy shall be public, secret treaties are prohibited, all nations can roam the seas freely, arms were reduced, free trade should exist among all nations, Russian and Belgian territory and freedom were restored, Italy redrew its borders.
How many allied powers people died? 22 million
How many central powers people died? 37.5 million
Why did the war start? Archduke Ferdinand was the heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire who was assassinated by Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip
When was the Archduke assassinated? June 28, 1914
Who was the Red Baron? Manfred von Richthofen
Where was the Red Baron from? Germany
What was Lawrence of Arabia? The Lawrence of Arabia was a revolt that was aided by T.E. Lawrence of Wales, who became known as the Lawrence of Arabia.
What was the Russian Revolution? Russians fought hard against the Germans and mostly held their lines until the nation fell into economic collapse, famine, and had a severe lack of supplies.
What did the Russian Revolution lead to? This led to Czar Nicholas II and his German wife being overthrown and pulled Russia out of the war at the helm of this movement was Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks.
What years were the Russian Revolution? 1914-1916
What is Nationalism? identification with one's own nation and support for its interests, especially to the exclusion or detriment of the interests of other nations.
What is Imperalism? a policy of extending a country's power and influence through diplomacy or military force.
What is Militarism? the belief or desire of a government or people that a country should maintain a strong military capability and be prepared to use it aggressively to defend or promote national interests.
True or False? WWI had no debts. False
What was a popular form of warfare during WWI? Trench Warfare
In the summer of what year did 25 riots break out? 1919
What was the red scare? It was when Americans were fearing communists coming into the country.
What was Anglo-Saxonism? A historian named John Fiske argued that English speaking countries had people with better characters, ideas, and a better government than others, so they should expand the country.
Where did the US annex? Hawaii and Samoa
What did Commodore Perry do? He went to Japan and negotiated a treaty after President Fillmore told him to. He also brought ships to make sure it was signed.
What was Pan-Americanism? When the US traded with Latin America to improve their relationship.
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