The us navy intervened in the panamanian revolution

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The U.S. Navy intervened in the Panamanian revolution to secure American access to a canal site in Central America. The Roosevelt Corollary reversed the Monroe Doctrine by allowing European nations to intervene in Latin American affairs. CONCEPT
American Foreign Policy in the Progressive Era 6 Although many young Americans in urban areas were associated with the "new generation" during the 1920s, many inhabitants of rural America were part of a "nervous generation."
Which of the following describes an aspect of the “nervous generation?” CONCEPT
The Roaring 20's: A Nervous Generation 7 Which statement is most likely to have been spoken by Booker T. Washington, reflecting his approach to black equality in the Progressive Era? CONCEPT
What it Means to be a Progressive 8 CONCEPT
Grass Roots Progressivism 9 The New Deal transformed the Democratic Party. Choose one example of this transformation. The Democratic Party embraced the ideas of small government, fewer regulations and individual responsibilities. Party dominance by white Southerners was challenged by new members, including northern liberals and African Americans.
President Franklin Roosevelt formally approached Congress to act on civil rights, including enacting a federal anti-lynching law. Democratic leadership in individual states assumed responsibility for their own economic stability and prosperity. RATIONALE Under Franklin Roosevelt’s leadership, the Democratic Party gradually transformed into a new political coalition. By the end of the 1930s, many black voters had shifted loyalties from the Republican Party to the Democratic Party as a result of the attention paid to issues of race and civil rights during the New Deal by Eleanor Roosevelt. As a result, the dominance of the party by white Southerners was somewhat lessened.

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