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Please have out…. Imperialism assignment to hand in: Graphic organizer (primary source hw ) “Rubric” grade sheet RAFT Your imperialism packet from yesterday. Cuba a “protectorate”- COUNTRY WHOSE AFFAIRS ARE PARTIALLY CONTROLLED BY A STRONGER POWER

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please have out
Please have out….
  • Imperialism assignment to hand in:
    • Graphic organizer (primary source hw)
    • “Rubric” grade sheet
    • RAFT
  • Your imperialism packet from yesterday
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Cuba a “protectorate”- COUNTRY WHOSE AFFAIRS ARE PARTIALLY CONTROLLED BY A STRONGER POWER

    • 1. No treaties that would limit its INDEPENDENCE
    • 2. the US has the right toINTERVENEin Cuba
      • (1906 Revolution- Roosevelt sends in Marines)
    • 3. Cuba was not allowed to go into DEBT that it couldn’t repay
    • 4. US has right to buy or lease land for NAVAL STATIONS AND REFUELING STATIONS
the ugly side of imperialism philipines
The Ugly side of Imperialism: Philipines
  • How did the Filipinos react to American rule after the Treaty of Paris?
    • OUTRAGED: REBEL VS. THE U.S. 1899
  • At what cost did the U.S. put down the rebellion (years, lives (military and civilian) and money)?
    • 3 YEARS; 200,000 CIVILIANS DIE; 20,000 FILIPINO REBELS; 4,000 AMERICANS; $400,000,000
  • When did the Philippines finally become independent?
    • 1946
panama canal
Panama Canal
  • Why did the United States purchase the claim to build a Canal in Panama?
  • SHORTCUT FROM ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC
  • How much did they pay? $40,000,000
  • Why did the U.S. send nearly a dozen warships to help Panama revolt against Colombia?
  • COLOMBIA REFUSED TO LET U.S. BUILD CANAL
  • What were the terms of the treaty with Panama regarding the “canal zone”?
  • $10,000,000; $250,000 ANNUAL “RENT”: US CONTROLS “CANAL ZONE”
1904 world map
1904 world map:
  • What part of non- European world is not yet “imperialized”?
  • What should American policy be there?
latin american nations are defaulting on debts to european nations
Latin American nations are defaulting on debts to European nations….
  • It is not true that the United States feels any land hunger or entertains any projects as regards the other nations of the Western Hemisphere save such as are for their welfare. All that this country desires is to see the neighboring countries stable, orderly and prosperous....Chronic wrongdoing, or an impotence which results in a general loosening of the ties of civilized society, may in America, as elsewhere, ultimately require intervention...[and] force the United States, however reluctantly, in flagrant cases of such wrongdoing or impotence, to the exercise of an internal police power.
  • Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, 1904
the roosevelt corollary big stick diplomacy p 568
The Roosevelt Corollary/ “Big Stick Diplomacy” (p. 568)
  • Why was Roosevelt concerned about Latin American nations defaulting on their loans from European countries?
  • EUROPEANCOUNTRIES MIGHT

INTERVENE IN LATIN AMERICA

  • What did the Monroe Doctrine (1823) state?
  • EUROPEAN COUNTRIES STAY OUT OF LATIN AMERICA
  • What did the Roosevelt Corollary adds to the MONROE DOCTRINE?
  • U.S. WILL USE FORCE TO PROTECT INTERESTS IN LATIN AMERICA
  • Roosevelt’s foreign policy, called “Big Stick Diplomacy”, was based on the African proverb, “speak softly, but carry a big stick.”
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The Great White Fleet was the popular

nickname for the United States Navy battle

fleet that completed a circumnavigation of

the globe from 16 December 1907 to

22 February 1909 by order of U.S. President

Theodore Roosevelt.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CHQB5qObbk

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taft s dollar diplomacy wilson s missionary diplomacy summary
Taft’s Dollar Diplomacy/ Wilson’s “missionary diplomacy”/ summary
  • What is Taft’s Dollar Diplomacy?
  • U.S. GOV’T BACKS UP LOANS MADE BY AMERICAN BUSINESSES
  • Example: In Nicaragua, rebellion left the nation near BANKRUPTCY.
  • President Taft has American bankers LOAN NICARAGUA $ $$$$
  • In order to get their money back, American banks were allowed to COLLECT NICARAGUA’S TARIFFS
  • When Nicaraguan’s revolted, America sent in 2000 MARINES
  • What is Woodrow Wilson’s “missionary diplomacy”?
  • U.S. DOESN’T RECOGNIZE OPPRESSIVE GOV’TS
  • How is it different from Roosevelt and Taft?
  • U.S. USED TO RECOGNIZE ALL GOV’TS EVEN IF “BAD”
  • (Last 2 paragraphs on 571) What 3 major imperialist goals did the US achieve in the early 20th century?
  • EXPANDED ACCESS TO FOREIGN MARKETS
  • MODERN NAVY TO PROTECT INTERESTS
  • EXTENDS “POLICE POWER” TO LATIN AMERICA