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Who was the author of the Open Door notes?


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2014-06-27 03:40:07
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William Woodville Rockham formulated the Open Door Policy. Secretary of State John Jay, in his Open Door Note, proposed the Open Door Policy in 1899 to deal with keeping China open to trade with all countries on an equal basis.


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U.S. Secretary of State John Hay wrote the Open Door Notes in 1899-1900.

You play (using your instrument) the notes in correct order that are on the door.

The Open Door Policy that was imposed on China was developed by James Hay, the US Secretary of State in in the Open Door Notes of September-November 1899.

Secretary of State John Hay called for an "Open Door" policy with China in his series of notes written from 1899-1900. After these notes were published, the "Open Door" became U.S.'s official policy towards the Far East in the early 20th Century.

Secretary of State John Jay, in his Open Door Note, proposed the Open Door Policy in 1899 to deal with keeping China open to trade with all countries on an equal basis. For more information about Hay and his Open Door Policy, see the related links below.

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The colored shape on the door to the Minotaur's Lair is not a flower. The wheel indicates the colors of musical notes on the reed pipe (flute), which you can get from the Temple of Muses to the right of Main Street. Playing the 8 notes that are displayed clockwise will open the door. The notes are : blue-blue-green-yellow-yellow-red-blue-green.

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you find the door next to the big lion thing and after you get the flute you play the colors on the door.

Nations that received them did not fully accept themThey were sent to European powers.

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what door?! open seasame

George Ross Wells has written: 'Youth and the open door' -- subject(s): Psychology 'Youth and the open door' -- subject(s): Psychology

The door to the Minotaur's Lair is opened by playing the 8 notes shown on the colored wheel. Use the reed pipe (flute) from the Temple of Muses (in the Grove of Temples to the right of Main Street). The 8 notes are : blue-blue-green-yellow-yellow-red-blue-green

the notes are marked on the door,so you just play the notes on the door

You can open a key lock on a door knob, or you can open a deadbolt lock on the door itself.

If the door is not closed and the draft is going out the window, then yes. An open window can indeed make a door open.

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Open notes are notes in Bass tracks which require you to not hold down any notes upon hitting them. i.e. you just strum the guitar and nothing else. this is not to be confused with begginer difficulty in which all the notes are open but you can hold down whichever notes you want.

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you open the door of the ship in poptrpoica

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The Open Door notes from John Hay were issued in 1899 to keep European powers from dividing up The Congo Basin and China. The US had become a Far Eastern power after acquiring The Philippine Islands following the Spanish-American war. It said that Africa (the Congo) and China were not to be partitioned by European powers. The unanimous acceptance of Hay's proposal made the Open Door an international policy. After WWII China became a completely sovereign state, and no nation had any right to carve out spheres of influence and the Open Door policy ceased to exist.

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