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China Open Door Policy. Sarah Aromando Arielle Budney Brad Hosking. China’s Reaction. Boxers – secret Chinese society with high nationalist views Boxer Rebellion – revolt against foreigners in China Western missionaries were killed and the foreign embassy in Peking (Beijing) assaulted

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china open door policy

China Open Door Policy

Sarah Aromando

Arielle Budney

Brad Hosking

china s reaction
China’s Reaction
  • Boxers – secret Chinese society with high nationalist views
  • Boxer Rebellion – revolt against foreigners in China
    • Western missionaries were killed and the foreign embassy in Peking (Beijing) assaulted
    • 200 deaths
us involvement
US Involvement
  • US Secretary of State, John Hay, wrote up the Open Door Policy.
    • Sent it to Germany, Russia, and England
    • Open Door Policy allowed all nations access to the Chinese market.
  • Policy created to help US become more involved in trade with China.
  • When “Boxers” revolted, America helped stop them and pay for repairs.
us motives
US Motives
  • Trade
    • Place to sell goods (timber, coal)
    • Market for cheap cotton goods
    • Strengthen trading connections
us justification
US Justification
  • Open Door Policy would improve trade for all nations
  • Trade in China would be made equal between all major trading nations
final result
Final Result
  • Most countries claimed to have accepted policy, others rejected
      • Overall did not act with terms of agreement
      • Hay ignored their reactions, insisted all powers accepted terms
  • US could not control European countries from violating the policy unless US wanted to go to war
      • Ineffectiveness of Open Door Policy
us position
US Position
  • Mafia Don
  • Beneficial gain for the United States
  • Weak economy, shut out from global trade
  • Needed to sell goods
  • After 1880-1890’s-US far behind in trade with other nations
us actions
US Actions
  • Aimed at helping the US become more involved in trade with China.
      • Felt that they needed to gain more influence
  • Boxer Rebellion formed because China didn’t want to be occupied by other countries
  • Took power away from other countries involved in trade with China
works cited
Works Cited

"The Boxer Rebellion." College of Humanities Faculty & Staff Search Page. Web. 10 Oct. 2010.

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 "Ch'ing China: The Boxer Rebellion." Washington State University - Pullman, Washington. 14 July 1999. Web. 7 Oct. 2010. .

Iraq, By Defeating. "World War I and America's Mission to the World." University of Colorado at Boulder. Web. 9 Oct. 2010. .

 "The Open Door Note, 1899." Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts. Web. 7 Oct. 2010. .

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