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5 Matching questions

  1. Dollar Diplomacy
  2. Subsidy
  3. Isolationism
  4. In the Boxer Rebellion...
  5. Teller Amendment
  1. a Bonus payment
  2. b Using Economic power and business investment to influence events, encourage stability, and keep European nations out of the region by expanding American businesses there.
  3. c U.S. resolution declaring that the United States did not intend to take over and annex an independent Cuba.
  4. d Chinese nationalists known as Boxers attacked foreigners in order to end outside involvement in China's affairs;put down by U.S. Marines and other forces after two months.
  5. e National policy of avoiding involvement in other nations' affairs.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. poet and patriot that was exiled out of Cuba.
  2. Amendment to the Cuban constitution that gave the U.S. the right to become involved in Cuba's foreign and domestic affairs; remained in effect until 1934.
  3. Roosevelt Corollary
  4. The practice of extending a nation's power by gaining territories for a colonial empire.
  5. Agreement with Colombia that would have given the U.S. a 99-year lease on a 5 mile-wide strip of land across the Isthmus of Panama; rejected by the Colombian senate.

5 True/False questions

  1. Argentina, Brazil, and Chile known as the ABC powers...Offered to negotiate the dispute between the United States and united Mexican people, who were on the brink of war.

          

  2. True or False: U.S. leaders were interested in building a canal across the Isthmus of Panama to shorten the voyage between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.True

          

  3. True or False: The Open Door policy stated that all nations had equal access to trade with Japan.False, equal trade with China

          

  4. By avoiding involvement in the affairs of other countries, Americans were practicing...Isolationism

          

  5. Dr. William C. Gorgas...Using Economic power and business investment to influence events, encourage stability, and keep European nations out of the region by expanding American businesses there.