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The German sinking of the ________ in 1915 cost 128 American lives and enraged the American public.
In terms of foreign policy, Theodore Roosevelt _____.
The Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty _____.
The United States' right to intervene in Latin America was stated in the _____.
In mediating the conflict between Russia and Japan, Roosevelt _____.
In the 1905, Taft-Katsura Agreement, _____.
Taft's policy of "dollar diplomacy" _____.
In his approach to foreign affairs, Wilson could be described as _____.
Woodrow Wilson's decision to invade Mexico in 1916 followed raids on border towns by _____.
President Wilson's first reaction when war broke out in Europe in 1914 was to _____.
At the beginning of World War I, Americans _____.
At the beginning of World War I, Great Britain _____.
Compared with William Jennings Bryan, Robert Lansing _____.
After the Sussex incident of 1916, the Germans promised to _____.
The leader of the American Expeditionary Force was _____.
The American Expeditionary Force _____.
The American contribution in World War I _____.
How did Wilson ultimately organize the wartime economy?
To finance the war effort, the U.S. government relied primarily on _____.
Which of the following was NOT a function of the Fuel Administration during World War I?
How did the economic status of the United States change in the wake of World War I?
As a result of their participation in the war effort, African Americans _____.
Wilson hurt his chances to get the Treaty of Versailles ratified _____.
One of Wilson's major goals at the Paris Peace Conference was to _____.
How can Wilson's reaction to the sinking of the Lusitania be best characterized?
How was the role of the United States in foreign affairs changing in the years immediately before the outbreak of World War I?
In what way was the construction of the Panama Canal as Roosevelt said, "the most important action in foreign affairs"?
Why did Roosevelt announce the Roosevelt Corollary?
Why was the signing of the Taft-Katsura Agreement strategically important for the United States?
What showed the weakness of Wilson's "moral diplomacy"?
How was Wilson's treatment of Mexico similar to Roosevelt's treatment of Colombia?
Why did the nation's progressive reformers oppose the United States' involvement in World War I?
How did the Sussex Pledge affect U.S. involvement in World War I?
How did the election of 1916 influence the nation's involvement in World War I?
How did economic factors affect the changing position of the United States from 1916 to 1917?
How did U.S. neutrality in World War I finally come to an end?
How did the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia in 1917 change the course of the war?
How did a convoy system impact the course of the war?
Which of the following events led to the realization among the German high command that all hope was lost?
What effect did U.S. involvement in the war have on American civil liberties?
How was Eugene Debs affected by the passage of new laws during World War I?
How did Wilson direct the United States' involvement during the war?
How were average Americans asked to participate in the war effort?
What was "labor peace," and how did it affect the war?
Which of the following was one of the few of Wilson's Fourteen Points to be implemented?
All of the following characterize the route recommended by the Isthmian Canal Commission in 1899 EXCEPT that _____.
What trend did Roosevelt hope to break by passing the Roosevelt Corollary?
How was Wilson's practice of foreign affairs similar to his evolution over social reforms?