The Imperial Republic: 1865-1914 (5)

Choose the correct word for each question.
This wealthy newspaper and magazine publisher was known for his many examples of "yellow" journalism.
A supplement to the Monroe Doctrine, it claimed the right of the U. S. to exercise international police power in the Western Hemisphere and intervene in the affairs of Latin American nations.
An informal treaty between the United States and the Japanese government to stop Japanese immigration to the U. S.
The U. S. policy of promoting and safeguarding American business investments and bank loans in Latin America by using U. S. troops, if necessary.
A 1901 law that limited Cuba's power to conduct its own foreign policy.
The view that Asian immigrants in the late 1800s threatened U. S. society because of their cultural differences from the white majority.
U. S. support of China's political independence and insistence on equal trading rights with China.
A region or zone in a weak country that is largely under the control of a stronger, imperialist nation.
This was an understanding between Japan and the United States in which both nations pledged to respect the Open Door Policy and each other's island possessions.
This Mexican was angry after the U. S. government recognized Carranza as the leader of Mexico instead of him. He led a bank of outlaws and invaded New Mexico, killing 17 Americans.
This secret society organized a rebellion and attacked foreign embassies in Peking as an act of opposition to foreign dominance in China.
This legislation established a civil government in Puerto Rico, organizing the island as a U. S. territory in 1900.
This army doctor successfully conducted experiments in 1900 that showed yellow fever came from the bite of a species of mosquito.
This Congregationalist minister argued in his book, Our Country, that Americans were members of a God-favored race destined to lead the world.
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