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  • Unit 4Janelle Miller Us History Period 2
  • Section 1
  • Vocab• Imperialism - a policy of extending a country’s power and influence through diplomacy or military force• Protectorate -a state that is controlled and protected by another• Technology - the application of the scientific knowledge for practical purposes• Publish - prepare and issue for the public sale
  • People and Terms• Anglo-Saxonism• Matthew C. Perry• Queen Liliuokalani• Pan Americanism• Alfred T. Mahan• Henry Cabot Lodge
  • Anglo Saxonism• The belief English speaking nations had superior character, ideas, and systems of government and were destined to dominate the planet
  • Matthew C. Perry • Ordered by President Millard Fillmore to go to Japan to negotiate a trade treaty • He showed up in Japan with 4 warships that the Japanese had never seen before and they realized that they need to step it up if they were going to compete with the rest of the world
  • Queen Liliuokalani • Ascended to the Hawaiian Throne 1891 • Disliked the American influences • In January 1983 she attempted to impose a new constitution that would have put her back in charge of the Hawaiian people
  • Pan Americanism • The idea that the United States and Latin America should work together
  • Alfred T. Mahan • Officer in the U.S. Navy • In 1980 he Published his book The Influence of Sea Power Upon History 1660-1783
  • Henry Cabot Lodge • He pushed the construction of a new navy along with Albert J. Beveridge
  • Section 2
  • Vocab• Yellow Journalism - Journalism that is based on sensationalism and crude exaggeration• Jingoism - extreme patriotism in the form of aggressive or warlike foreign policy• Resources - a stock of supply of money, materials, staff, and other assists that can be drawn by a person or organization in order to function effectively• Violated - break or fail to comply with• Virtually - nearly, almost
  • People and Terms• José Martí• William Randolph Hearst• Joseph Pulitzer• Theodore Roosevelt• Platt Amendment
  • José Martí• A writer and poet who was passionately committed to the cause of Cuban independence• While living in New York City in the 1880s, Martí brought together different Cuban exile groups living in the United States• The groups raised funds from sympathetic Americans, purchased weapons, and trained their troops in preparation for an invasion of Cuba.
  • William Randolph Hearst• Owned the newspaper the Journal• Competed with the World to increase their circulation• The Journal reported outrageous stories of the Spanish feeding Cuban prisoners to sharks and dogs
  • • Joseph Pulitzer• Owned the newspaper the World• Competed with the Journal to increase their circulation• The World described Cuba as a place with “blood on the road- sides, blood in the fields, blood on the doorsteps, blood, blood, blood!”
  • • Theodore Roosevelt• Assistant Secretary of the Navy• raged that McKinley had “no more backbone than a chocolate éclair”
  • • Platt Amendment• (1) Cuba could not make any treaty with another nation that would weaken its independence or allow another foreign power to gain territory in Cuba• (2) Cuba had to allow the United States to buy or lease naval stations in Cuba• (3) Cuba’s debts had to be kept low to prevent foreign countries from landing troops to enforce payment• (4) the United States would have the right to intervene to protect Cuban independence and keep order
  • Section 3
  • Vocab• Exploits - make full use of and derive benefit from• Sphere of influence - a country or area in which another country has power to affect developments although it has no formal authority• Open Door policy - a concept in foreign affairs, which usually refers to the policy around 1900 allowing multiple Imperial powers access to China, with none of them in control of that country• Tensions - mental or emotional strain• Intervene - come between so as to prevent or alter a result or course of events• Dollar Diplomacy - the use of a countrys financial power to extend its international influence
  • People and Terms• Boxer Rebellion• “Great White Fleet”• Hay- Pauncefote Treaty• Roosevelt Corollary
  • • Boxer Rebellion• “Righteous, harmonious fists.”• Group members besieged foreign embassies in Beijing, killing more than 200 foreigners and taking others prisoners• In August 1900, an international force (including U.S. troops) stepped in and squashed the rebellion
  • • “Great White Fleet”• 16 battleships of the new United States Navy• In 1907 President Roosevelt sent it on a voyage around the world to showcase the nation’s military might• The tour made a stop in Japan to demonstrate that the United States could and would uphold its interests in Asia
  • • Hay- Pauncefote Treaty• Gave the United States the exclusive right to build and control any proposed canal through Central America
  • • Roosevelt Corollary• It was put in place to prevent European nations from sending troops to the Caribbean or Central America• The United States would intervene in Latin American affairs when necessary to maintain stability in the Western Hemisphere