Social darwinism speaks to economic followers

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Social Darwinism speaks to economic followers meanwhile Gospel of wealth speaks to Christians.ECONOMICS vs. RELIGIONIII.Discuss big business’ constitutional efforts to seek protection from state controlduring the Gilded Age.IV.What was the Open Door policy, and how did it come aboutThe Open Door Policy is a concept in foreign affairs stating that, in principle, all nations should haveequal commercial and industrial trade rights in China. As a theory, the Open Door Policy originates withBritish commercial practice, as was reflected in treaties concluded with Qing Dynasty China after the FirstOpium War (1839-1842). Although the Open Door is generally associated with China, it was recognizedat the Berlin Conference of 1885, which declared that no power could levy preferential duties in theCongo basin.As a specific policy with regard to China, it was first advanced by the United States in the Open DoorNotes of September-November 1899. In 1898, the United States had become an East Asian powerthrough the acquisition of the Philippine Islands, and when the partition of China by the Europeanpowers and Japan seemed imminent, the United States felt its commercial interests in China threatened.U.S. Secretary of State John Hay sent notes to the major powers (France, Germany, the United Kingdom,Italy, Japan, and Russia), asking them to declare formally that they would uphold Chinese territorial andadministrative integrity and would not interfere with the free use of the treaty ports within their spheresof influence in China.V.Discuss the West’s response to the Chinese after during the Gilded Age.VI.What was the nature of the debate over the acquisition of the Philippines?
Filipinos to be forced into work camps in their own country and thousands were killed by US soldiers(without need). We were basically Britain to their Colonial America.
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Trade union, Open Door Policy

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