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The Panama Canal The Columbian government wanted a ton of money to build the Canal, $40 million dollars was proposed..and rejected…so the US helps to start an uprising…Varilla…leads an uprising. We begin to start working on the Panama Canal. We are given a ten mile wide zone. Sovereign territory of the US, started in 1904, ten years to build…. Ultimate cost $400 million dollars. Latin America did not like this…so we paid Columbia $25 million dollars….in 1921 Dominican Republicans were in a spot of trouble….so we help them out with
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Unformatted text preview: money….Roosevelt Corollary…preventive intervention-international police…. “A bully pulpit”- Roosevelt’s view of the presidency. He helped bring about a treaty in Japan and Russia Roosevelt also gets credit for solving the “yellow peril”-California segregates Asian children…. .Japan agrees to stop sending so many people to California….He then dispatches the Navy to scare Japan…...
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