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Stufflet Unit 14

Unit 14 APUSH

the building of empires by taking over—either politically OR economically—foreign lands imperialism
theorist who claimed US needed strong navy to become a world power in book called The Influence of Sea Power upon History Alfred Thayer Mahan
group of American battleships that sailed around the world in 1907-1909 to display American naval power Great White Fleet
President from 1901 to 1909 Theodore Roosevelt
group that opposed American expansionism because it was against American values of liberty, self-government, and equality Anti-imperialist League
Intense nationalism that called for aggressive foreign policy jingoism
term for when sensationalist papers printed exaggerations in order to increase paper's circulation yellow journalism
US battleship sunk in Havana Harbor; led to calls for war with Spain Maine
amendment to Congress’ war declaration on Spain that called for Cuban independence Teller Amendment
major land battle in Spanish-American War; led by future President Teddy Roosevelt San Juan Hill
place where US fleet destroyed Spanish fleet in Spanish-American War Santiago Bay
Filippino guerrilla who led revolt against US occupation forces in Philippines for 3 years Emilio Aguinaldo
amendment to Cuban constitution that effectively made Cuba a US controlled territory Platt Amendment
act that created Puerto Rico's government structure and gave it non-voting representation in Congress Foraker Act
last monarch of Hawaii; overthrown by US settlers in 1893 Queen Liliuokalani
Sec. of State John Hay’s policy of telling Europeans that all nations would have EQUAL trading rights with China; started US involvement in China Open Door Policy
nickname for Teddy Roosevelt's aggressive foreign policy Big Stick Diplomacy
statement by Teddy Roosevelt that said only US would intervene in Latin American affairs Roosevelt Corollary
Taft’s foreign policy of promoting stability abroad and US interests/power by supporting trade Dollar Diplomacy
Wilson’s foreign policy that showed he opposed imperialism and aggressive tactics of McKinley, TR, and Taft (Republicans) “Moral” Diplomacy
British passenger ship sunk by German navy in 1915 with 128 Americans on board Lusitania
German proposal to Mexico that asked Mexicans to declare war on US so as to occupy American troops that might be used in Europe Zimmerman Telegram
wartime government agency that set production goals and set prices War Industries Board
wartime government agency led by Herbert Hoover that tripled US exports to Europe Food Administration
wartime government agency that implemented daylight savings time Fuel Administration
government bonds that helped fund the US war effort Liberty Bonds
wartime government agency that promoted the war effort through pamphlets, posters, ads, celebrities, and “Four Minute Men” Committee on Public Information
outlawed “disloyal” or “abusive” comments about US govt during World War I Sedition Act
Supreme Court ruling that said free speech could be limited when it caused “clear and present danger” to public safety; upheld Sedition Act Schenck v United States (1919)
Woodrow Wilson's plan for peace after World War I; outlined various territorial solutions and goals for the postwar world Fourteen Points
idea that national groups should have their own countries national self-determination
money payments for wrong-doing reparations
leading "reservationist" senator who wanted to modify the Treaty of Versailles before the Senate would approve it Henry Cabot Lodge
part of Red Scare of 1920; mass arrests of socialists, communists in 33 cities in 1920; resulted in 4,000 arrests, but only 3 pistols Palmer Raids
black nationalist leader who sought to repatriate blacks to Africa Marcus Garvey
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