When Britain and Venezuela found themselves in a border dispute in 1895, the American Secretary of
State sought to stop the conflict by
citing the Monroe Doctrine and persuading Britain to settle the border dispute with
convincing the two sides to sit down and work out the problem, with American assistance.
persuading the British government to let all of its American colonies go.
calling Theodore Roosevelt, the Assistant Secretary of War, to step in and arbitrate
between the two.
The strained relations between Queen Lili'uokalani and American businessmen came to a head in
Concerned about the aggression of other colonial powers, the Kingdom of Hawaii
The Open Door policy
Once the U.S. entered World War I, how did the government address its wartime participation on the
It rallied the public by planting articles about German atrocities in newspapers nationwide.
It sought to unify new immigrants via the 100 Percent American campaign.
It passed the Espionage Act with fines and jail time for those who protested the draft or
spoke against the government.
All of these choices.
None of these choices.
Which of these was
a reason for the onset of the Spanish-American War?