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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.

What was the immediate impact of John Hay's first note to foreign diplomats announcing the Open Door Policy

It had little affect of the actions of Japan or the European powers.

What was the goal of the Philippine insurrection

The goal of the Philippine Insurrection was to establish an independent nation.

What led to the overthrow of Queen Liliuokalani

the abolition of the constitution favorable to white planters

What action greatly increased americas supply of natural resources

the purchase of Alaska from Russia

What best describes moral diplomacy

Moral diplomacy is a system that gives support to the countries that have moral beliefs that are in line with the country that is giving support. Moral diplomacy was proposed by US President Woodrow Wilson in his 1912 election.

Why did many puerto ricans dislike the foraker act

The Foraker Act granted only partial citizenship to Puerto Ricans.

What right did the United states claim under the Roosevelt Corollary

the right to assume police power in larin america

Which president favored dollar diplomacy and what was dollar diplomacy in 1899 to 1913

taft

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 send troops to participate in the multinational force that fought the Boxer Rebellion in 1900

to support U.S. trade goals by helping to preserve China as a nation.

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

imperialism

Why did United States navy commodore george Dewey lead an attack on ships in the manila bay during the spanish-American war

Manila Bay was ruled by Spain, and the ships belonged to the Spanish.

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.

Why did Filipino nationalist leader Emilio Aguinaldo turn against US rule in the Philippines

aguinaldo was angered when the united states decided to keep control of the Philippines

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

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

What problems did American soldiers face at the beginning of the war

American soldiers had little training and few supplies.

Who made up Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Rider force that captured Kettle and San Juan hills in Cuba

The Rough Riders were made up of rugged westerners and wealthy easterners.(Nova Net)

What action did the United states take to get rights to the land on which the Panama Canal was built

The United States military supported Panamanian rebels seeking independence from Colombia.

Which updated the monroe doctrine for an age of economic imperialism

roosevelt corollary !

Which even fueled American jingoism and inflamed relations with Spain

the publication of a letter written by the Spanish ambassador that insulted the president.

What was the impact of the Philippine insurrection on the United States

The United States lost thousands of soldiers fighting the insurgency.
A lot of Filipinos moved to the US.

If President Woodrow Wilson believed in moral diplomacy why did he send American forces into Mexico to pursue Francisco 'Pancho' Villa

Pancho Villa had raided a village in New Mexico and killed Americans. Wilson was determined to prevent Villa from using US territory as a staging ground for his war in Mexico.

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