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Title: Foreign Policies of McKinley, Roosevelt, Taft,


1
Foreign Policies of McKinley, Roosevelt, Taft,
Wilson
  • Presidents Beliefs

2
William McKinley
  • Beliefs
  • Moral responsibility to Christianize and civilize
    those who were not
  • Main interest
  • to secure the will and interest of the average
    working man
  • The people should get what they want
  • Wanted to expand the frontier continue
    manifest destiny

1897 - 1901
3
Theodore Roosevelt
  • Big Stick Diplomacy
  • Speak softly and carry a big stick
  • Big stick military
  • International negotiations backed by threat of
    force
  • U.S. has moral responsibility to civilize
    weaker nations
  • Roosevelt Corollary (to Monroe Doctrine)
  • U.S. can use international police power in
    Latin America to prevent European nations from
    intervening

1901 1909
4
William Howard Taft
  • Wanted to expand American trade
  • Dollar Diplomacy
  • Substituting dollars for bullets
  • Maintain orderly societies abroad by increasing
    investments in foreign economies
  • Main Goals
  • Maintain Open Door to China
  • Preserve Stability in Latin America

1909 - 1913
5
Woodrow Wilson
  • Wanted Foreign Policy based on principles rather
    than materialism
  • Moral Diplomacy
  • Hoped to spread democracy, condemn colonialism,
    and promote peace
  • 3rd Party Mediation of Conflicts
  • Nations would remain peaceful during mediation
  • Hoped "to cultivate the friendship" w/ LA
  • Help other nations achieve self-government
    eventually
  • U.S. model (democracy)

1913 - 1921
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