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PP03Expansionsim - American Expansionism Discuss the...

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American Expansionism Discuss the factors that led to American overseas expansion in the late 19 th century. How was the United States drawn into formal imperialism and what were some of the problems that arose with the acquisition of colonies? After abandoning formal imperialism, what were some of the other ways the United States exerted influence in the world?
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Stirrings of Imperialism
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Three Important Domestic Trends Industrial Expansion Western Settlement Growth of Federal Government
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Industrial Expansion US Production and Consumption World Markets Competition with European Powers
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Western Settlement Agricultural Surplus “Closing of the Frontier” – Frederick Jackson Turner Manifest Destiny Experience with Native Americans
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Growth of Federal Government Government - increasingly involved in economic matters William Everetts Secretary of State 1877-1881 “Report on the Commercial Relations of the United States” Pork Diplomacy - 1880s
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2009 for the course HIST 1320 taught by Professor Murphy during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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