The Imperial Republic: 1865-1914 (6)

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This document granted American control over the Panama Canal Zone in return for a U. S. guarantee of Panamanian independence.
Extreme nationalism, often to the point of belligerency.
This Secretary of State concluded a treaty with Russia in 1867 for the U. S. purchase of Alaska.
On May 1, 1898, he easily crushed the Spanish fleet in Manila Bay.
This view of the Spanish minister in Washington and his negative assessment of President McKinley was leaked to the U. S. press and made many Americans feel that their national honor had been insulted.
He was the leader of the Filipino insurrection against American rule.
In his book, The Influence of Sea Power on History: 1660-1783, he demonstrated that all great empires of modern times had possessed a large merchant marine and strong naval forces.
President Theodore Roosevelt sent them around the world to show all nations (especially Japan) America's extensive naval power.
This document pledged that the United States had no intention of annexing Cuba.
A technique of newspapers featuring sensationalism as a way to stir attention and increase sales.
This privilege enabled certain foreigners to have the right to remain subject to their own country's laws. The U. S. had this privilege in China.
This treaty, which ended the Russo-Japanese War, was arbitrated by Theodore Roosevelt, for which he received the Nobel Peace Prize. He was the first American to be so honored.
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