Chap. 6-1 History
The idea that using military force is a good way to solve problems.
Building an empire.
Having strong feelings for ones' country--patriotic.
A formal agreement.
A partner in an alliance.
A policy in which the United States government gave money to other nations in return for some U.S. control over the actions of those nations.
Not taking a side in a conflict.
A way of making the people of a nation join the armed forces.
A decision about what might happen next, based on the way things are.
Information designed to help or hurt a cause.
Archduke of Austria-Hungary; his assassination sparked the outbreak of World War I.
Twenty-eighth U.S. President. He brought the country into World War I after trying to stay neutral.