US become a world power (1854 – 1920)
Industrialization of America led to an increase of imperialism: demand for
raw materials and markets.
desire to protect our economic interests led to the U.S. entry into WWI.
about the foreign policy of the United States divided America.
isolation. Manifest Destiny, Monroe Doctrine
in the Pacific
Economic imperialism, sugar, Queen Liluokalani
Spheres of the influence: Boxer Rebellion, Open Door Policy
The Spanish American War
Investment, treatment of Cubans, Yellow Journalism, USS Maine
Empire: Cuba protectorate (Platt Amendment), Guam, Pwetro Rico,
Philippines (Major debate: War vs. the United States)
Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, “Big Stick”, Panama Canal
Watchful Waiting”, Mexico