5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Monroe Doctrine
- William Seward
- When did the US announce its "Open Door Policy"
- William Randolph Hearst
- Jose' Marti
- a Us Secretary of State who purchased Alaska.
- b When China was in danger of being carved up by foreign nations.
- c Wrote stories to arouse the American people toward a war with Spain.
- d Hund a "Closed" sign on the western hemisphere.
- e Cuban poet, living in exile in NY, helping raise support for Cuban independence.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- He said the US should build a powerful navy, expand over seas, and build the panama canal.
- the final agreement which officially ended WW1.
- one of the main ways in which the US war effort was funded.
- Senator from WI who spoke out against the limits imposed on civil liberties during the war
- Using U.S. economic superiority to influence plicies in foreign nations.
5 True/False Questions
What does the statement, "Speak softly and carry a big stick" refer to? → President Roosevelt's ideas on foreign policy.
Facts about American rule in the Philippines. → It involved a bloody 3 year campaign to put down Filipino resistance, resulted in eventual independence for the Philippines in 1946, and provided resources for American industry while improving roads, schools, and medical care in the islands.
Nationalism lead to: → Outbreaks of "liberty measles" instead of german measles, eating of freedom steaks instead of hamburgers, many people with German sounding names being fired and harassed.
Reasons America turned to imperialism. → Need for raw materials and markets during industrial rev., close of the American frontier (no space to expand), and keeping up with other European nations who were empire building.
Boxer Rebellion involved: → Head of the Food Administration