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Who asked the congress to declare world war 1 on Germany

Woodrow Wilson

Woodrow Wilson

How did militarism contribute to increased imperialism

A strong military helped imperial powers protect their global interests.

What new relationship with Hawaii did congress approve in 1898

annexation

Why was the American anti-imperialist league against imperialism

the league argued that imperialism went against American principles.

Why did senator albert j beveridge claim that the us needed to expand trade into new overseas markets

to sell Americas surplus of goods

Where did fighting continue after the spanish forces in cuba had surrendered

Puerto Rico

How did American imperialism differ from European imperialism

The US style of imperialism differed from European styles of imperialism in terms of scope and magnitude.

What did President William McKinley request Congress to grant him authority to do

to use military force to establish peace in Cuba ANDpurchase Alaskan territory

What happened within a year of US Navy Commodore Matthew Perry's arrival in Tokyo Bay in 1853

Perry negotiated a treaty that opened trade to the U.S

What action greatly increased americas supply of natural resources

the purchase of Alaska from Russia

How did people who were social darwinists justify imperialism

Social Darwinism held that those made better or worse by industrialization were based on the natural predisposition of the people effected. For those who were made better off, the success of those people demonstrated that they had a well-evolved culture and this expansion would help remove or improve underperforming cultures, which were those "chosen" by the fact that they were performing poorly.

All in all, according to the Social Darwinist, Imperialism was the natural expansion and success of a well-evolved culture and this expansion would help remove or improve underperforming cultures.

What was the belief of many progressives who followed Walter rauschenbusch's social gospel program

Christianity should be the basis of social reform.

What effect did the passage of the Jones act have on the Philippines

It granted full independence and self government to the Philippines.

Why did the US dispatch warships to the waters off Panama

Because the Hull-Alfaro treaty, The U.S. are allowed to keep Panama safe, but cannot interfere in government (Panama) actions, but are able to push off bad presidents or vice presidents, if they have proof.

The US interfered in 1903 to allow Panama to declare independence from Colombia.

How did the European system of spheres influence threaten US interests in china

It limited the ports for American trade in China

What is a policy in which strong nations control weaker countries or territories

imperialism

How president woodrow wilson's moral diplomacy differ from roosevelt's big stick policy of military force

"Moral diplomacy" promoted human rights, independence, and equal opportunity.

What action did William Howard Taft take as governor of the Philippines

Nova Net: Taft placed dissidents in jail and censored the press.

Identify the preposition in the following sentence the newscaster filed her report about the riots

The preposition is about; the object of the preposition is riots.

Who was governor of the Philippines and later became president of the United states

William Howard Taft

What was the primary reason for American interest in overseas territories-

The primary reason for American interest in overseas territories is world domination

Who was a filipino nationalist who rebelled separately against the United states and Spain

Emilio Aguinaldo

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