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Title: BELL STARTER EOC Review Questions

Review Questions
  • Page 131 1-3
  • Restate the question.
  • 3 MUST be in complete sentences.
  • This completes complete Goal 6

Foreign Policy and Impact on Other Countries
  • Discuss how the policies and actions of the
    United States government impacted the affairs of
    other countries.

Open Door Policy
  • Following war with Spain
  • Trade with China became a major concern
  • Fearing that European imperial power would gain
    control over Chinas exports and markets
  • U.S. insisted on an Open Door Policy-leaving
    China open to the U.S. and other nations for
    trade and commerce.

Open Door Policy
The Boxer Rebellion
  • Some Chinese nationalists wanted to end foreign
    influence in China.
  • The Boxers (nationalists) massacred 300
    foreigners and Chinese Christians in 1900
    launching their Boxer Rebellion.
  • The U.S. and other imperial powers sent troops to
    fight the Boxers and eventually put the rebellion
  • This event strongly reaffirmed keeping the Open
    Door Policy in China

The United States Becomes A World Power
  • Open Door Policy- US wanted a larger share in the
    China Market.
  • John Hay proposed that all nations be allowed to
    compete on equal terms he was against the
    spheres of influence.
  • Region dominated and controlled by an outside
  • That made the U.S. appear more favorable to

Russo-Japanese War
  • Tension rose between America and Japan
  • Japan wanted to expand its influence in China
  • Japan won.
  • Japan asked the U.S. to intervened.
  • Teddy Roosevelt convince Russia and Japan to sign
    the Treaty of Portsmouth to end the war.
  • Japan gained ½ Sakhalen Island off the coast of
  • Russia agreed to let Japan take over its
    interests in Manchuria and Korea.
  • Teddy Roosevelt won the Nobel Peace Prize for his
    role in this.(1906)

Treaty of Portsmouth
Puerto Rico
  • Americas victory over Spain liberated Puerto
    Rican from Spanish rule
  • Becomes a commonwealth (1952)
  • Foraker Act, 1900 provided a civil government,
    allowing the President of the U.S. appoint a
  • The President received the power to appoint
    members of the legislative upper house of Puerto
  • Members of the lower house were elected.

Puerto Rico
  • 1917- were granted more citizenship rights giving
    them greater control over their legislature.
  • 1950- Puerto Rico drafted their own constitution.
  • 1952- Puerto Rico became a commonwealth (could
    make its own laws and handle its own finances,
    while U.S. took care of defense and tariffs)

Panama Canal
  • 1903-U.S. government purchase the Panama route
    for 40 million
  • Pres. Roosevelt dispatched warships to the water
    off Panama to support the rebellion against
  • Panama declared its independence from Colombia
  • They immediately granted the U.S. control of a
    10-mile wide canal zone paid Panama 10 million
    plus 250,000/annual rent
  • Panama Canal opened August 15, 1914
  • More than 5,000 of the 35,000 workers die during
    the construction of the canal from accidents or

Panama Canal Cartoon
Buffer Zone for the Canal Zone
The Monroe Doctrine
  • The Monroe Doctrine was expanded.
  • Discouraged European intervention in the Western
  • Roosevelt Corollary update the Monroe Doctrine
    for economic imperialism
  • The United States assume the role of police
    power, restoring order and depriving other
    creditors intervening
  • This increase involvement became known as
    Roosevelts Big Stick Diplomacy

Roosevelt Corollary/ Big Stick Diplomacy
Speak softly and carry a big stick you will go
Tafts Dollar Diplomacy
  • Following Roosevelt, William Taft sought
  • Substitute money for bullets.
  • Policy of using the United States government to
    guarantee loans made to foreign countries by U.S.
  • This created enemies among Latin American who
    opposed U.S. involvement

Wilsons Moral/Missionary Diplomacy
  • The U.S. should promote democracy and moral
    progress in the world.
  • He opposed imperialism
  • The US shall not seek one additional foot of
    territory by conquest.
  • Instead U.S. would work to promote human rights,
    national integrity, and opportunity.
  • Would Wilson change his mind?

Wilson and Mexico
  • Yes
  • War was raging in Mexico.
  • August 1914- Venustiano Carranza took over the
    Mexican government.
  • 1916- One of Carranzas enemies, Pancho Villa,
    crossed the Rio Grande and killed 18 people
    Americans in New Mexico.
  • President Wilson sent a force of 15,000 men to
    capture or kill Pancho Villa.

Wilson and Mexico
  • General John Pershing took 15, 000 men into
    Mexico to get Villa.
  • In their pursuit, they nearly caused a war with
  • Pancho Villa was never caught.
  • WWI took Wilsons attention away from Mexico.

Diplomacy 4-Square Activity
  • Divide a piece of unlined paper into 4 squares.
  • In 3, you will provide the information for
    presidential diplomacy.
  • Big Stick
  • Dollar
  • Moral/Mission
  • In the 4th, pick any Goal 6 Vocabulary word of
    your choice..
  • In each box you must have a visual representing
    the topic. Also, fully define in your own words
    the information. (For diplomacies, identify the
    president, describe the foreign policy, and then
    provide a quote of each president.)

American Influence as of 1900 Activity
  • US Possessions
  • Alaska
  • Philippines
  • Virgin Islands
  • Hawaii
  • US Protectorates
  • Cuba
  • Panama
  • Nicaragua
  • Dominican Republic

Color on a map of the world the influence of the
US as of 1900. Create stripes of red and blue to
show the Continental U.S. In BLUE, color the
U.S. PROTECTORATES. In RED, color the U.S.
Possessions. Be sure to label the places that you
color on your map.