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Gentlemen’s Agreement
“Big Stick”
Roosevelt Corollary
1. Roosevelt’s “Big Stick” diplomacy depended on a strong military to achieve U.S.
2. The Roosevelt Corollary was an addition to the Monroe Doctrine which asserted
that the U.S. should act as Latin America’s police power.
3. President Taft’s “Dollar” diplomacy meant supporting American investments in
foreign countries.
4. President Wilson’s “Moral” diplomacy encouraged human rights and opportunity,
rather than act in our own self-interests in Latin America.
5. The Gentlemen’s Agreement allowed Japanese children to attend public
schools with whites in California while Japan agreed to limit emigration to the U.S.
Open Door Policy
Enrique Dupuy de Lome
Great White Fleet
Boxer Rebellion
William Howard Taft
6. The Boxer Rebellion was a revolt by secret Chinese societies against outside
influences in the early 1900’s.
7. Secretary of State John Hay’s Open Door Policy opposed European colonies
and the “spheres of influence” in China and wanted open trade with China.
8. William Howard Taft was appointed governor of the Philippines in 1901 and
would become president from 1909 through 1930.
9. The Great White Fleet was a world cruise by an armada of 16 U.S. battleships to
demonstrate American naval strength.
10. Spanish Ambassador, Enrique Dupuy de Lome, wrote a letter that ridiculed
President McKinley, which was then printed in the New York Journal.
Yellow Press
Theodore Roosevelt
Treaty of Paris
11. William McKinley chose Theodore Roosevelt as his running mate in the
presidential election in 1900.
12. The United States purchased the Philippines for $20 million.
13. Sensationalized and exaggerated reporting by the Yellow Press reported
Spanish atrocities in Cuba.
14. The Treaty of Paris officially ended the Spanish-American War and included
U.S. acquisition of Puerto Rico and the purchase of the Philippines.
15. In 1905, President Roosevelt negotiated an end to the Russo-Japanese War.
C 16. He was the Secretary of States, who
purchased Alaska from Russia
A. guerilla
D 17. He was the wealthy American planter
who took over the Hawaiian government as president
after the queen was overthrown
B. Theodore Roosevelt
E 18. Another name for a rebellion or revolt
C. William Seward
A 19. This was a form of non-traditional
warfare, generally by small bands of fighters.
D. Sanford B. Dole
B 20. He won the Nobel Peace Prize
E. insurrection
E 21. The way of dividing China for trade
B 2 2. Governor of the Philippines in 1901
A. “big stick” diplomacy
B. William Howard Taft
C 2 3. a Filipino nationalist who fought Spain
and the United States
C. Emilio Aguinaldo
A 24. a foreign policy that relies on military
strength to achieve goals
D 25. the belief that life is a competitive
struggle in which only the fittest survive
D. Social Darwinism
E. spheres of influences
D 26. Anything bought or sold; an article
of commerce
A. Buffalo Soldiers
C 27. He was a military historian who
emphasized the need for a strong navy
B. Jose Marti
E 28. Volunteer cavalry unit assembled
by Theodore Roosevelt
C. Alfred T. Mahan
A 29. The name given to the black members
of the army who fought at San Juan Hill
D. commodity
B 30. He was the Cuban patriot who launched
war for the independence from Spain…”Cuba Libre!”
E. Rough Riders
D 31. a foreign policy based on human
rights, equality, honor, and understanding
A. William Randolph Hearst
C 32. restricted rights of newly freed Cubans
B. imperialism
E 33. aggressive form of nationalism
C. the Platt Amendment
B 34. the policy in which strong nations
control weaker countries or territories
D. “moral diplomacy”
A 35. owner of the New York Journal who
supported the Spanish-American War
E. jingoism
36. _____An economy in which an imperial country removed raw materials from its
colonies is called
A) an export economy
B) an extractive economy
C) an industrial economy
37. _____ Which state was added to the United States as the 50th state?
A) Alaska
B) Puerto Rico
C) Hawaii
38. _____ The United States wanted to end European spheres of influence in China
in order to
A) control large areas in China
B) keep trade in China open
C) stop Japan from trading with China
39. _____ President Roosevelt sent troops to support Panamanian rebels because
the United States
A) could not convince Colombia to sell the land needed for the canal
B) wanted to open trade relations in Panama
C) wanted to annex Panama
40. _____ Which presidential candidate ran an anti-imperialist platform?
A) William McKinley
B) William Jennings Bryan
C) Theodore Roosevelt
41 _____ After the Spanish-American War, Cubans and Puerto Ricans
A) became Spanish citizens
B) joined the U.S. military
C) had their rights restricted
42. _____ She was the queen of Hawaii who was overthrown by American planters
A) Queen Elizabeth
B) Queen Liliuokalani
C) Queen Kalakua
43. _____ This was the 49th states added to the United States
A) Alaska
B) Hawaii
C) New Jersey
44. _____ In the treaties of 1875 and 1887, the U.S. was able to build a naval base
A) Alaska Harbor
B) Tokyo Bay
C) Pearl Harbor
45. _____ He was the Spanish General in Cuba who was accused of depriving
Cuban rebels of food and creating concentration camps
A) Valeriano Weyler
B) Francisco “Pancho” Villa
C) Porfirio Diaz
46. _____ This U.S. battleship was ordered to the Havana Port in Cuban where it
exploded, leading to the Spanish-American War
A) The USS Hawaii
B) The Great White Fleet
C) The Maine
47. _____ This amendment stipulated that the U.S. had no intention of annexing
A) Teller Amendment
B) Platt Amendment
C) Foraker Act
48. _____ Which country wanted open trade with China?
A) Britain
B) Cuba
C) United States
49. _____ What gave the United States the right to preserve order in Cuba?
A) The Rough Riders
B) The Platt Amendment
C) The Foraker Act
50. _____ This waterway was dug across Panama to shorten the trip between the
Atlantic and Pacific Oceans
A) Panama Canal
B) Colombia Canal
C) Cuba Canal
1. This review sheet
2. All 4 vocab sheets
3. All the quizzes from chapter 18
Read over…
1. All the notes from the PowerPoints
2. All 4 summary sheets from chapter 18
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