CheckPoint American Imperialism

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heckPoint American Imperialism CheckPoint American Imperialism Week Five HIS/125 American imperialism is part of the United States history since the American Revolution. This is a practice among the nations who has high powers among the nations and they try to take control of other nations and people who are weak and have very little power to expand their nation’s power.
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United States industrial economy was growing so fast that they were producing more goods than they can consume so this led the United States to look for new markets. Some critics say the United States was meddling in other nation’s affairs to gain control over their resources, land, and their military bases. The recent events are still disputed but many
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Unformatted text preview: say they were not imperialistic in nature. Many of the post wars actions are results of Cold War policies and anti-communism. At the end of the Second World War, United States became one of the most dominant in cultural industries and has been accused of being Cultural Imperialism. Music, television, food, and movies are very popular with the Americans. The lack of the government investment into culture makes American food, movies and so on a side-effect of capitalism. Reference "American Imperialism. (2011). 123HelpMe.com. retrieved from: http://www.123helpme.com/view.asp?id=22933...
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This note was uploaded on 05/29/2011 for the course HIS 125 taught by Professor Landers during the Spring '11 term at Ludwig Maximilians Universität.

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