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Chp 22 President Wilson’s foreign policy (Progessive President) - Woodrow Wilson’s foreign policy called liberal internationalism. - This idea called for economical and political power to go hand in hand. Increased trade abroad would be followed by greater freedom. - Liberal internationalism represented a shift form 19th century tradition of promoting freedom by example to active intervention to remake the world in the American image. another way of saying this is that the U.S. championed the tenets of liberal democracy in international affairs. President Wilson’s attitude toward Latin American countries - wanted to project democracy aborad - Wilson’s foreign policy would respect Latin America’s independence and would help Latin America free itself from economic domination. - Wilson’s moral imperialism caused more military interventions in Latin America than any president before or since. Ex: 1915; Haiti and 1916; Dominican Republic he also believed that the Monroe Doctrine gave the U.S. the right to intercede in the affairs of Latin American countries - civilized nations had to implement civilized norms onto non-civilized nations What triggered World War I? - June 1914 ; a Serbian nationalist assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand. - By 1914 - European nations were in competition to see who could obtain the most colonial possessions overseas. Because of alliances many European countries found themselves involved in the war. - because of this complex web of military and diplomatic alliances, the assassination of the Archduke triggered an incredible global war. Wilson and immigrants During WWI, Wilson sought to Americanize the foreign-born. Fight for 19th Amendment - College educated activists joined the National Women’s Party. Some of these activists used militant tactics for the right to vote. - Paul and others pushed Wilson’s administration to support women’s suffrage. In 1920, women go the right to vote with the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment. in 1919 Congress passed the 19th Amendment which was then ratified in 1920. - The U.S. became the 27th country to allow women to vote. The Great Migration - Thousands of blacks migrated north in search of job opportunities and to get away from the South. - Before WWI, 90% of blacks lived in the South but by 1920 that number was reduced. - Half a million blacks migrated North from 1910 to 1920. - The Industrial North allowed blacks to have higher wages, education for their children, and a chance to escape from lynchings.
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Committee on Public Information - The committee on Pubic Information asked ethnic groups to participate in patriotic pageants…. .also encouraged loyalty among immigrants. Also, they sought to promote patriotism through posters, pamphlets, cartoons, and newsreels. Patriotism during WWI
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