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us history chapter 18

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what happened within a year of United States Navy Commodore Matthew Perrys arrival in Tokyo Bay in 1853
perry negoiated a treaty that opened trade to the united states
why did United states navy commodore george dewey lead and attack on ships in the manila bay during the spanish-american war
manila bay was ruled by spain and the ships belonged to the spanish
the rough riders were
a volunteer calvary unit iin the spanish-american war
unlike britain, france, and russia the United states
wanted to keep trade in china open
an economy that is based on mining or producing raw materials to be used in foreign industries is called
an extractive economy
social darwinism is the theory that
life consists of competitivestruggles in which only the strong survive
the teller amendment stated that
the united states could not annex cuba
emilio aguinaldo was
a filipino freedom fighter
who ran mexico for decadees as a dictator
porfirio diaz
privileged access by Britian france germany and russia to chinese ports and markets
spheres of influence
governor of the phillippines who later became president of the united states
william howard taft
a Filipino nationalist who rebelled seperately against spain and the united states
emilio aguinaldo
president theodore roosevelts foreign policy
big stick diplomacy
the belief that life is a competitive struggle in which only the fittest survive
social darwinism
president woodrow wilsons foreign policy
moral diplomacy
effectively brought cuba with the US sphere
the platt amendment
aggressive form of nationalism popularized by the US press
jingoism
a policy in which strong nations control weaker countries or territories
imperialism
owner of the New York Journal
William Randolph Hearst