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Global Politics, 1940-1979 World War, Open Door and The Cold War
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I. The Architects of Globalism A. Making the World Safe for Capitalism A Constant of American Foreign Policy: “The Open Door”
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1897-1898 “American factories are making more than the American people can use; American soil is producing more than they can consume. Fate has written our policy for us; the trade of the world must and shall be ours.”—Albert J. Beveridge, 1897 “It seems to be conceded that every year we shall be confronted with an increasing surplus of manufactured goods for sale in foreign markets if American operatives and artisans are to be kept employed the year round. The enlargement of foreign consumption of the products of our mills and workshops has, therefore, become a serious problem of statesmanship as well as of commerce.”—The Department of State, 1898
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“Our industries have expanded to such a point that they will burst their jackets if they cannot find a free outlet to the
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