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ru h roh raggy This is so sad alexa play sad violin song Names of international conflict Goal/Reason for U.S. involvement Nature of debates surrounding U.S. involvements Aftermath/outcome US vs Mexico (Huerta) He took over pres without being elected, after the United States put another man into office Oh we really that corrupt? Oh okay Hahahahah huerta he dead, didnt they hunted him down and then find him War of 1898 So this is the same as cuba right? I have no idea what this is hawaii? Ah yes hawaii, what a great place to stop and refuel our ships Uh those people have a monarchy who are we to just take them over? Oh sorry I forgot that the us is racist nvm carry on Oh hawaiiin queen? She gone. She’s a thot. But you know who’s here to stay? The stupid racist white man We got her panama We wanted the area for the canal Lets make trips on the big boy ocean shorter We got panama and canal whoop whoop Hahaha we paid that french government cuba Aid the rebels to get spain out of cuba (get that sweet sweet caribbean Oh did you see those delome letters? Spain is trash talking us. Lets fight Suck it spain, well take everything you have We take care of cuba as a mean older bro philippines Oh heck yes i hate you spain imma take the phillipines (suck it spain) Anti imperialist vs imperialist We will treat the filipinos very poorly bc we are racist!!!! huzzah WWI US ships were being targeted??? Ohhhh hell to the nahs Americans were like nah man dont fight but then they were like yeah man (propoganda) We werent hurt, we won yay Part 7 we (U.S.) glowed up Domestic and Global Challenges- Pres Woodrow Wilson and pres Franklin D Roosevelt both wanted global peace Foreign policy- Isolationist- was avoiding the Europeans
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Factors causing us the expand Religious rationale End of western frontier *Economic pressures * Social superiority International prestige military/ strategic needs - need islands to move Connection to other times- Americans thought they were superior to NA, social superiority America’s Rise to World Power- The United States became a major international power after the 1890s The 1920s was an era of dollar diplomacy and U.S. business expansion abroad In the 1930s, faced with isolationist sentiment at home and the rise of fascist powers in Europe and Japan Dollar diplomacy Taft’s economic policy- give americans economic opportunities while protecting and promoting trade abroad Protect trade with Latin America Watchful waiting- Mexico had a new prez (de facto)- Victoriano Huerta We liked madero but Huerta killed him Mexico is full of gang warfare Us refused to recognize a new leader We just kick back and wait and watch how mexico interferes with its drama without american troops We instead aided the rebellion US and Mexico were at the brink of war, when Huerta eventually stepped down ABC powers- argentina, brazil, and chile Pancho Villa- led random attacks on US towns, US couldn’t find him
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