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Chapter 29: The Path of Empire, 1890-1899
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- A privilege granted by a government to another government, private company, or individual. "...Japan, Germany, and Russia all extorted concessions from the anemic Chinese Empire."
- The modern form of political organization in which the government coincides exactly with a single national territory and population having a distinctive culture, language, history, and so on. "If America was to survive in the competition of modern nation-states, perhaps it, too, would have to become an imperial power."
- An exchange of equal privileges between two governments. "America's grip was further tightened in 1875 by a commercial reciprocity agreement...."
policy - The policy of burning and destroying all the property in a given area so as to deny it to an enemy. "...the insurgents now adopted a scorched-earth policy."
- The policy of forcibly removing a population to confined areas in order to deny support to enemy forces. "He undertook to crush the rebellion by herding many civilians into barbed-wire reconcentration camps."
- Aggressively patriotic and warlike. "...Cleveland-an antijingoist and anti-imperialist -refused to budge."
- A specific act of extreme cruelty. "Where atrocity stories did not exist, they were invented."
- An article or cause in a statute, treaty, or contract establishing a particular stipulation or condition affecting the whole document. "This proviso proclaimed...that when the United States had overthrown Spanish misrule, it would give the Cubans their freedom...."
- A large group of islands within a limited area. "...America needed the archi-pelago...."
- A person or thing forcibly held in order to obtain certain goals or agreements. "Hereafter these distant islands were to be... a kind of indefensible hostage given to Japan."
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