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13 .   Businessmen who were heavily invested in Cuba were concerned when Cuba began a war for independence from Spain , because they feared that
a . their lands would be damaged by the fighting .
b . their workers would be injured or killed by the fighting .
c . they would lose access to their cotton and rice plantations .
d . the political instability of revolution and independence would lead the Cuban government to seize all of the American holdings .
e . sugar prices would plummet .
14 .   The Teller Amendment
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15 .   Political leaders , including Theodore Roosevelt , justified annexation of the Philippines and Puerto Rico on the grounds that
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16 .   Wilson 's Fourteen Points were
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17 .   In order for Theodore Roosevelt to be able to volunteer for military service in Cuba he had to
a . get an examination from the draft board .
b . get McKinley 's permission to leave his post as vice-president .
c . accept the lowly rank of a private .
d . resign his naval post .
e . bribe recruitment officers to ignore his poor eyesight and other ailments .
18 .   All of the following were part of the treaty that ended the Spanish - American War except
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19 .   The Treaty of Versailles included all of the following , except
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20 .   Which of these events finally pushed the United States to enter World War I ?
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21 .   The election of 1900 showed that
a . a strident anti-imperialist political ideology would not be sufficiently appealing to American voters .
b . Theodore Roosevelt was a great addition to McKinley 's ticket .
c . Bryan was finished as a presidential candidate .
d . a good economy takes all interest away from the usual campaign issues .
e . most people were by then in favor of imperialism .
22 .   After the Spanish - American War ended and the peace treaty was signed , the United States passed the Platt Amendment , which
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23 .   American humanitarian efforts in the Philippines , Puerto Rico , Guam , and Cuba included all of the following , except
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24 .   Who summed up his foreign policy with this statement : " Speak softly and carry a big stick " ?
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13.Businessmen who were heavily invested in Cuba were concerned when Cuba began a war for independence from Spain, because they feared thata.their lands would be damaged by the fighting.b.their workers would be injured or killed by the fighting.c.they would lose access to their cotton and rice plantations.d.the political instability of revolution and independence would lead the Cuban government to seize all of the American holdings.e.sugar prices would plummet.ANS:D
REF:p. 35314.The Teller Amendment
REF:p. 35415.Political leaders, including Theodore Roosevelt, justified annexation of the Philippines and Puerto Ricoon the grounds that
REF:p. 35516.Wilson's Fourteen Points were
17.In order for Theodore Roosevelt to be able to volunteer for military service in Cuba he had toa.get an examination from the draft board.b.get McKinley's permission to leave his post as vice-president.c.accept the lowly rank of a private.d.resign his naval post.e.bribe recruitment officers to ignore his poor eyesight and other ailments.
ANS:DREF:p. 354
18.All of the following were part of the treaty that ended the Spanish-American War except
REF:p. 35519.The Treaty of Versailles included all of the following, except

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