stronger nations attempt to create empires by dominating weaker nations
intense burst of national pride and the desire for an aggressive foreign policy
a belief that differences in character or intelligence are due to one's race.
Taft; policy of encouraging American investment in foreign economies.
big stick diplomacy
President Roosevelt's 1904 extension of the Monroe Doctrine; asserted the right of the US to intervene in the affairs of Latin American nations
Open Door Policy
American approach to China around 1900, favoring open trade relations between China and other nations.
French gets rights to build Canal (cut shipping time in half); T. Roosevelt becomes president; Congress offers to buy rights from France for $40 mil; US backed Panamanian Rebellion begins; US gets land for 10 mil; construction begins and opens in 1914.
Former President; adds to Monroe Doctrine; supporter of big stick diplomacy; starts progressive party (BULL MOOSE)
US competing for territory markets and materials with other Euro. nations.
settlement of a dispute by a person or panel chosen to listen to both sides and come to a decision.
expanding U.S.'s interests in other society's or countries
Allowed the United States to intervene in Cuba and gave the United States control of the naval base at Guantanamo Bay.
TR's secretary of war, passes Payne-Acdricih tariff, fires Pinchot.
Business man; leads armed rebellion.
sails to Tokyo Harbor
opposes US; Hawaii annexed in 1898
not one single movement but many people working to improve society; 4 categories: social, moral, economic, and political.
journalist who uncovers wrongdoing in politics/ business
court order prohibiting a certain activity
relating back to city level
firm that buys stocks and bonds of smaller companies; TR's Northern Securities -- 42 anti-trust actions
person who favors the protection of natural resources
Theodore R's plan for greater federal regulation of business and workplaces, income and inheritance taxes, electoral reforms.
Bull Moose Party
Progressive Party; TR; tariff reductions, women suffrage, more regulation of business; supported by many women.
Federal Reserve System
Nation's central banking system; 1913; divided country into 12 districts, central banks for each region
Non-violent refusal to obey a law in an effort to change that law.; during war- couldn't criticize government or go against the war and its motives.
right to vote
1906's The Jungle--food industry conditions and conditions of workers
joined Hull House; gets law degree, helps to end child labor
organizes miners' strike; founding member of IWW
president during WW1, declares War on Germany
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
fought for Women's suffrage
stronger nations attempt to create an empire by dominating weaker nations; grows from economic, nationalistic, military, and humanitarian factors. (France and Britain already ahead of game)
when countries such as great powers act in their own national interest; devotion to one's nation.
aggressively building a nation using armed forces
Russia, France, Serbia, Britain
situation in which neither side in a conflict is able to gain the advantage
submarines, hunt in packs, go after military and merchant ships
Secret letter from Germany to Mexico; mediate relations with Japan and to help them win back old territories from US
American Expeditionary Force
name given to American troops in WW1
group of unarmed ships surrounded by a ring of armed naval bases.
special war bond sold by the government to support Allied cause
speech or action that encourages rebellion.
citizen's personal liberties guaranteed by law
a cease-fire of truce.
shot by someone against his ideas
orders counter offensive towards German's attempt to break stalemate
How does racism relate to imperialism and anti-imperialism?
Leaders drew on the idea of social Darwinism and the fact that there race was superior to justify new territories. ex: Native Americans
How did progressivism affect the role of the federal gov't?
Government was expected to : be accountable for the people control power of wealthy expand to help people be more efficient/ less corrupt
How did civil liberties restrict the war?
illegal to obstruct the sale of Liberty Bonds, or to discuss anything "disloyal or abusive" about government, the Constitution, or army.