According to Map 212 The Panama Canal 1914 what was one benefit of the Panama

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28.According to Map 21.2: The Panama Canal, 1914, what was one benefit of the Panama Canal?A)The U.S. Navy could navigate through the middle of Costa Rica.B)The U.S. Navy could navigate more quickly from New York to the southern coast of Africa.C)The U.S. Navy had a shorter path from the Atlantic to the Pacific.D)The Caribbean Sea became accessible to the U.S. Navy for the first time.Page 8
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29.To obtain the Panamanian isthmus for construction of a canal in 1903, the United States30.The Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine31.President Roosevelt inherited the Open Door Policy, which was designed to32.President Roosevelt was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1906 for his role inA)the Spanish-American War.B)the revolution in the Philippines.C)the Russo-Japanese War.D)the Panamanian uprising against Colombia.33.What was the purpose of the 1907 “Gentlemen's Agreement” between the United States and Japan?Page 9
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34.Which of the following describes a significant difference between William Howard Taft's presidency and that of Theodore Roosevelt?
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