American imperialism the spanish american war
Philippine american war
The Monroe Doctrine stated that efforts by European nations to colonize or interfere with states in North or South America would be viewed as acts of aggression toward the United States and that the United States would neither interfere with existing European colonies nor meddle in the internal European affairs. Different avenues led to the signature of a contract between the Honduras government and the American companies. To be honest, Hawaii could have easily worked as a coaling station without formal annexation, since American businessmen essentially controlled the island anyway. Key Terms Philippine Revolution of An armed conflict in which Philippine revolutionaries tried to win national independence from Spanish colonial rule. The U. Provided by: Boundless. Some historians believe that this imperialist period was a "Great Aberration", a mistake that the US would never repeat, and one that goes against everything the US stands for. Panama and the Canal In , Ferdinand de Lesseps started work on a canal, but by , the effort had experienced engineering challenges caused by frequent landslides, slippage of equipment, and mud, and resulted in bankruptcy. Monroe Doctrine: A newspaper cartoon about the Monroe Doctrine. The cartoon contrasts the representation with that of the United States in In contrast, Moody attempted to save people from the city and was very effective in influencing middle-class Americans who were moving into the city with traditional style revivals. The "Foreign Policy Elite" also may have justified imperial expansion using the theory of Social Darwinism, which suggested that only the strongest nations would survive, and that fierce competition was natural and necessary.
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The U. The "Foreign Policy Elite" also may have justified imperial expansion using the theory of Social Darwinism, which suggested that only the strongest nations would survive, and that fierce competition was natural and necessary.
Cuban, Philippine, and American forces obtained the surrender of Santiago de Cuba and Manila as a result of their numerical superiority in most of the battles and despite the good performance of some Spanish infantry units and spirited defenses in places such as San Juan Hill.
The Filipinos saw the US as liberators, and gladly fought alongside them. Examples of this include the disestablishment of the Catholic Church as the Philippine state religion and the introduction of the English language as the primary language of government and business.
Nonetheless, keeping with the spirit of the times, the US annexed Hawaii on July 7,
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