Chapter 28 Terms

Chapter 28 Terms - Chapter 28 Terms 1. John Hay- a...

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Chapter 28 Terms 1. John Hay- a Secretary of State and witty poet-novelist-diplomat who caught the popular imagination He dispatched the Open Door note. 2. Open Door Policy- urged all of the great powers to announce that in their leaseholds or spheres of influence they would respect certain Chinese rights and the ideal of fair competition 3. Boxer Rebellion, 1900- revolt by a Chinese superpatriotic group in which over two hundred missionaries and their ill-fated whites were murdered and a number of foreign diplomats were besieged in the capital Beijing. The rebellion was quelled by a multinational rescue force. 4. McKinley’s assassination- six months into McKinley’s second term he was murdered by a deranged anarchist and vice- president Roosevelt became president 5. Clayton-Bulwer Treaty, 1850- concluded with Britain that the United States could not secure exclusive control over a route such as the Panama Canal 6. Hay-Ponceforte Treaty, 1901- not only gave the United States a free hand to build the Panama Canal but conceded the right
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