Rise to World Power - Free Cuba Movement The Yellow Press...

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America’s Rise to World Power, c.1865-1900 The Big Question: When you have power in the world, what should you do with that power?
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U.S. Continentalism, c 1790-1890 Louisiana Purchase, 1803 Florida, 1819 Texas, 1845 Oregon, 1846 Mexican Cession, 1848 Civil War, Alaska, Indian Wars Railroad and Telegraph
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Forces for International Expansion Global Imperialism: Europe, Japan, Russia Christian Missionary Movement Economic Markets American Idealism
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What do You Think? Did U.S. International Expansion reflect “continuity” or “change”?
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The New American Navy Alfred Thayer Mahan New Navy Coaling Stations Panama Canal
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Spanish-American War, 1898 U.S. takes over Spanish colonies in a brief contest. Most fighting in Cuba and the Philippines.
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Causes of War
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Unformatted text preview: Free Cuba Movement The Yellow Press U.S. Sugar investments The Maine incident, Feb. 14, 1898 Declaration of War The War Itself: April July 1898 National Unity Waiting and Fighting Florida Wheres the Philippines? Cuba Rise of Teddy Roosevelt Puerto Rico and Hawaii New Possessions The Morning After The Philippines Question Emilio Aguinaldo The Debate over American Empire McKinleys decision Guerilla warfare, 1899-1903 The Open Door Policy China Markets Spheres of Influence Open Door Notes Sec. of State, John Hay, 1899 Boxer Rebellion America in 1900 Power in the World: Yes What to do with it?...
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This note was uploaded on 08/03/2011 for the course HIST 2112 taught by Professor Flemming during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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