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112.In the aftermath of the Boxer uprising, the United States used the indemnity that China was forced to pay to a.educate Chinese students in the United States.b.maintain the Open Door policy.c.establish permanent American military bases in China.d.assist the Chinese Nationalists in the efforts to overthrow the emperor.e.support U.S. missionaries in China.ANS:AREF:p. 626 113.Teddy Roosevelt received the Republican vice-presidential nomination in 1900 mainly because 114.The extended Open Door policy advocated in Secretary John Hay's second note to all the great powers called on them to 115.In the 1900 presidential election, the Democratic party and its candidate, William Jennings Bryan, insisted that ____ was the paramount issue of the campaign.
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116.As a vice-presidential candidate in 1900, Teddy Roosevelt a.openly advocated a more progressive program than President McKinley.b.appealed primarily to wealthy easterners.c.ran a quiet and dignified front-porch campaign.d.countered William Jennings Bryan's popular appeal by engaging in his own flamboyant campaign.e.tried to lure former Populists away from the Democrats.ANS:DREF:p. 626 117.The Republicans won the 1900 election mainly because of 118.Theodore Roosevelt can best be described as 119.Regarding the presidency, Teddy Roosevelt believed that

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