5 Written Questions
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The political principle that stated that Europe should no longer involve itself in the Western Hemisphere.
- The U.S. foreign policy that focuses on moral values (right vs. wrong) and the spread of American ideals (democracy and capitalism).
- The U.S. foreign policy that focuses on practical concerns and national self-interest (what we can gain from this experience: natural resources, Panama Canal, etc).
- To involve yourself deliberately in a situation, especially in a conflict or dispute, in order to influence what is happening and, most often, to prevent undesirable consequences.
- President William Howard Taft's approach to U.S. foreign policy that was to encourage and protect American trade and investment in Latin America and Asia.
5 True/False Questions
reformer → A person or a movement that tries to make change or tries to change others.
national interest → This motivation includes three sets of goals (political, economic, and military) that a nation considers to be important.
Big Stick Policy → President Theodore Roosevelt's approach to U.S. foreign policy that included working patiently to achieve goals overseas but using force if necessary.
Self-Determination → A social theory stating that the political and economic advantages in a developed society are gained from the biological advantages of its collective membership (i.e. survival of the fittest).
Anglo-Saxon Civilization → An approach to U.S. foreign policy based on the right of people in other countries to decide their own government, free of outside influence.