Chapter 27 notes - Chapter 27 Notes Imperialism extending authority of nation over foreign countries Jingoism spirit police of practice of jingoes

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Chapter 27 Notes : Imperialism : extending authority of nation over foreign countries. Jingoism : spirit, police of practice of jingoes. Invoke : call for desire; pray for. Protectorate : relation of strong state towards weak state; protected territory. Mandate : command to act in certain way on public issue. Alfred Thayer Mahan : Wrote The Influence of Sea Power Upon History. Captain. He motivated the U.S. to look to expanding overseas. Valeriano Weyler : Came to Cuba to crush revolt. Put many civilians into concentration camps. He had killed many Civilians as well. Theodore Roosevelt : Led the “Rough Riders”. rushed to Cuba and battled. He was very sure about what he wanted, and he was the first modern president. Emilio Aguinaldo : Led American troops to capture Manila. Led the insurrection on Fe. 4th, 1899. He was a very strong leader, but he ended up being captured. John Hay : - Secretary of State. Urged European nations to keep fair competition open to all nations. He made sure that China wasn’t carved up by European powers. Teller Amendment : Proclaimed when U.S. overthrew Spanish misrule, to give Cubans freedom. Adopted by Congress. Cubans got their freedom because of this amendment. Treaty of Paris : Almost not passed, but William Bryan convinced them to. Passed by only on vote. This made the U.S. get rid of the Philippines sooner.
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