American_pacification_and_colonial_legacy

American_pacification_and_colonial_legacy - 3. Southeast...

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American pacification and colonial legacy “In Our Image” From military to civilian control 0. “Benevolent Assimilation” by Pres. William McKinley Education 1. American English as national language 2. “Thomasites” From U.S.S. Thomas Education 3. Public education schools 4. Nursing Schools Political 5. Incapable of self-govt 6. Bicameral system 7. Party System 8. Colonial status until 9. 1935 10. Commonwealth 11. 1935-1946 12. Independence July 4, 1946 Geographic control 0. Establishment of U.S. Bases for 99 years 1. Strategic military position to Asia (China market) 2. Vietnam War and staging area
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Southeast Asian corridor - Japanese occupation 4. Visiting Forces Agreement Economic 5. Free trade agreement 1909 Payne Aldrich Act 6. Phil products allowed to enter American markets free of duty 7. American products to Philippines unlimited and duty free 8. Effect most exports went to U.S. 9. Parity rights for Americans Effects 10.American mode of living, necessities 11.Neglect of Filipino industries, love anything American or foreign, materialism 12.Love of language and culture lost, partial lost of heritage 13.Sense of community lost....
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