U.S Foreign policy on China - U.S foreign policy in China Alison Cevallos,Sariah Anderson Jason Miller Why Did The U.S Become Interested In China During

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U.S. foreign policy in China Alison Cevallos,Sariah Anderson & Jason Miller
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During the 1800’s the United States had a growing interest in China. The U.S had so many manufactured products that they wanted to sell to China because of their huge population. Recall, this is still the Industrial Period. We were over-producing products because of the amount of people we had working in sweatshops. People then couldn’t afford to buy these manufactured products, so we had no choice but to sell overseas. But the U.S wasn’t the only country interested in trading with China... Why Did The U.S. Become Interested In China?
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Spheres of Influence The United States had to compete with other nations for Chinese consumers. Countries such as Russia, Germany, Britain, France, and Japan were seeking spheres of influence, which means areas of economic and political control in China. These countries already had established control over China, and the U.S. was eager to get in on the trading as well.
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