Chapter 10 Becoming a World Power
Terms in this set (15)
Great White Fleet
White ships of the United States Navy.
Something that is required.
A belief that differences in character or intelligence are due to one's race.
The use of a country's financial power to extend its international influence.
A policy that established the United States as "an international police power".
A grant of land in exchange for a promise to use it for a specific purpose.
Open Door Policy
A policy giving the United States equal access to trading rights in China.
Sphere of Influence
An area of economic and political control.
Part of the 1901 Army Appropriations Bill. It stipulated seven conditions for the withdrawal of United States troops remaining in Cuba at the end of the Spanish American War, and an eighth condition that Cuba sign a treaty accepting these seven conditions.
National pride combined with a desire for an aggressive foreign policy.
A settlement of a dispute by a person chosen to listen to both sides.
A small nation, especially in Central America, dependent on one crop or the influx of foreign capital.
To join a new territory to an existing country.
Devotion to one's nation.
A policy under which stronger nations attempt to create empires by dominating weaker nations.
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