|373323640||Alfred Thayer Mahan promoted Amerian overseas expansion by...||arguing that domination of the seas through naval power was the key to world domination|
|373323641||Which of the following was not among the factors propelling America toward overseas expansion?||the need to find new African and Asian sources of raw materials for American industry|
|373323642||President Grover Cleveland refused to annex Hawaii because...||white planters had illegally overthrown Queen Liliuokalani against the wishes of most native Hawaiians|
|373323643||even before the sinking of the Maine, the American public's indignation at Spain had been whipped into a frenzy by...||William Randolph Hearst's sensational newspaper accounts of Spanish atrocities in Cuba|
|373323644||Emilio Aguinaldo was...||the leader of Filipino insurgents against Spanish rule|
|373323645||colonial territories that the U.S. acquired in the Spanish-American War...||Puerto Rico, Philippines, Guam|
|373323646||Pro-imperialist Americans argued that the Philippines should be seized because of...||patriotism, religion, and economic opportunities|
|373323647||the most immediate consequence of American acquisition of the Philippines was...||a guerrilla war between the U.S. and Filipino rebels|
|373323648||Roosevelt overcame Colombia's refusal to approve a canal treaty y...||encouraging Panamanian rebels to revolt and declare independence from Colombia|
|373323649||Theodore Roosevelt's slogan that stated his essential foreign policy principle was...||"speak softly and carry a big stick"|
|373323650||Alfred Thayer Mahan||American naval officer who wrote influential books emphasizing sea power and advocating a big navy|
|373323651||Queen Liliuokalani||Native Hawaiian ruler overthrown in a revolution led by white planters and aided by U.S. troops|
|373323652||William R. Hearst||vigorous promoter of sensationalistic anti-Spansih propaganda and eager advocate of imperialistic war|
|373323653||George E. Dewey||naval commander whose spectacular May Day victory in 1898 opened the doors to American imperialism in Asia|
|373323654||Theodore Roosevelt||imperialist advocate, aggressive assistant navy secretary, Rough Rider|
|373323655||Economic expansion, the yellow press, and competition with other powers||turned America away from isolationism and toward international involvements in the 1890's|
|373323656||the Cuban revolt against Spain||aroused strong sympathy from most Americans|
|373323657||the Maine explosion||created an emotional and irresistible public demand for war with Spain|
|373323658||the Spanish-American War||enhanced American national pride and made the United States an international power in East Asia|
Chapter 27: Empire & Expansion Flashcards
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