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Theodore Roosevelt resigned from his position as _________ to organize the Rough Riders.
For many political and religious leaders, expansion ________.
Josiah Strong ________.
William Seward's foreign policy included ________.
James G. Blaine's greatest diplomatic success was ________.
In response to the successful American revolt in Hawaii in 1893, Grover Cleveland ________.
After 1890, the U.S. Navy's building program ________.
According to the theories of Alfred Thayer Mahan, ________.
One consequence of General Weyler's policy in Cuba was ________.
At the outset of the Spanish-American War, ________.
During the Spanish-American War, African Americans in the military ________.
The term "smoked Yankee" in the Spanish-American War referred to ________.
The actions of Commodore Dewey in the Philippines ________.
Which territory caused the most debate about the merits of the United States acquiring an empire?
Which of the following individuals ultimately supported the annexation of the Philippines?
The Philippine-American War was ________.
The leader of the Filipino resistance to U.S. occupation of the Philippines was ________.
Under the terms of the Taft Commission, the United States ________.
The Boxer Rebellion took place in ________.
Which individual is incorrectly matched with the region of his greatest foreign policy achievement?
How did the end of the Spanish-American War impact the influence of the United States on the world stage?
Why was the American expansion of the 1890s different from earlier expansionist efforts?
Why did some people in the 1890s, and even today, consider late nineteenth-century American foreign policy to be an "aberration"?
How did the geography of the United States encourage isolationism among some Americans?
How were religion and foreign policy related in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in the United States?
Why did William Seward encourage the United States to buy Alaska?
How did the United States and Great Britain avoid war over Venezuela?
During the Cleveland administration, which nation did the United States replace as the major power in Latin America?
Why did American involvement in Hawaii increase in the 1890s?
How did the provisional government of Hawaii respond to President Cleveland's demand that the queen be restored to her throne?
How were Admiral Mahan's naval theories connected to industrialism?
In their approaches to the Cuban rebellion against Spain, ________.
In what way did the outcome of the Spanish-American War fulfill Theodore Roosevelt's hopes for the United States?
What was one result of yellow journalism stories about Cuba in the 1890s?
What finally pushed President McKinley to ask for a declaration of war against Spain?
In what way was the Spanish-American War fought by small-town America?
In what way was the experience of the Spanish-American War ironic for African-American soldiers?
How did some American labor leaders respond to the idea of annexing the Philippines?
Why was Booker T. Washington opposed to the idea of annexing the Philippines?
How did the Boxer Rebellion affect U.S. foreign policy in China?
Does U.S. foreign policy today more closely reflect the isolationist or the expansionist model?
Which of the following was NOT a factor in fostering a change in American foreign policy by 1890?
Which of the following was NOT a difficulty in annexing the Hawaiian Islands?
Which of the following did NOT play any role leading up to the Spanish-American War?
Which of the following was NOT an argument opposing the annexation of the Philippines?
U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East today most closely resembles the foreign policy of the 1890s regarding ________.