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  1. Hay-Pauncefote Treaty
  2. Drago Doctrine
  3. Elihu Root
  4. San Francisco School Board Incident
  5. Benjamin Tracy
  1. a Argentine jurist, Luis Drago, proposed that European countries could not use force to collect debts owed by countries in the Americas. They could not blockade South American ports. Adopted as part of the Hague Convention in 1907.
  2. b United States political figure who served as Secretary of the Navy from 1889 through 1893, during the administration of U.S. President Benjamin Harrison.
  3. c 1906 - Racist schools segregated Chinese, Korean and Japanese students because of anti-oriental sentiment in California.
  4. d Secretary of War under Roosevelt, he reorganized and monderized the U.S. Army. Later served as ambassador for the U.S. and won the 1912 Nobel Peace Prize.
  5. e 1901 - Great Britain recognized U.S. Sphere of Influence over the Panama canal zone provided the canal itself remained neutral. U.S. given full control over construction and management of the canal.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. In 1905, the U.S. imposed financial restrictions upon this Caribbean nation. Part of making sure Latin America traded with the U.S. and not Europe.
  2. Roosevelt said, "walk softly and carry a big stick." In international affairs, ask first but bring along a big army to help convince them. Threaten to use force, act as international policemen. It was his foreign policy in Latin America.
  3. Queen of Hawaii who gave the U.S. naval rights to Pearl Harbor in 1887. Deposed by American settlers in 1893.
  4. gave the US Guam, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Philippines, after ending the Spanish-American war.
  5. U.S. would act as international policemen. An addition to the Monroe Doctrine.

5 True/False questions

  1. Cleveland and HawaiiBy the late 1800s, U.S. had exclusive use of Pearl Harbor. In July 1898, Congress made it a U.S. territory, for the use of the islands as naval ports

          

  2. Alfred MahanIn 1890, he wrote The Influence of Sea Power upon History. He was a proponent of building a large navy. He said that a new, modern navy was necessary to protect the international trade America depended on.

          

  3. Hay-Herran TreatyKept the purchase price of the canal strip in Panama the same but enlarged the area from 6 to 10 miles.

          

  4. Platt AmendmentApril 1896 - U.S. declared Cuba free from Spain, but the Teller Amendment disclaimed any American intention to annex Cuba.

          

  5. Democracy, efficiency, pragmatism1901 - Great Britain recognized U.S. Sphere of Influence over the Panama canal zone provided the canal itself remained neutral. U.S. given full control over construction and management of the canal.