Presentation on theme: "Ch 27 P2 ID- Captured Filipino Insurrectionists (642) Summary 1-How many Filipinos died in the three year insurrection against the US? –600,000 Summary."— Presentation transcript:
Ch 27 P2 ID- Captured Filipino Insurrectionists (642) Summary 1-How many Filipinos died in the three year insurrection against the US? –600,000 Summary 2- How did the US go back on its promise to the Filipino’s? –US claimed to “liberate” Philippines but oppressed Filipinos OI-“Little Brown Brothers” in the Philippines 1) How did the Filipinos respond to the US annexation of the Phil? –Fought for freedom 2) What did America create in the Philippines to control the insurrectionists? –Concentration camps (and “water cure”/water boarding- torture) 3) How did America break/defeat the Filipinos? –Captured Emilio Aguinaldo, leader of rebels –“Benevolent Assimilation” infrastructure, schools, and $
ID- American Missionary Grace Roberts Teaching in China (643) Summary 3- Why did the US first get involved in China? –Spread Christianity OI- Hinging the Open Door in China 4) What was Americas fear in trying to trade with China? –Spheres of influence (other countries want to trade too- England, France, Russia, Germany, and Japan- but used to taking over an area and monopolizing trade, US might get left out)
Open Door Policy 5) What did the Open Door Policy propose? –Free Trade in China proposed by US (all countries can trade in China) –?What is so monumental about the US proposing this idea? First time Europe listened and followed US directions –Why is Europe listening to US? New Navy and base in Philippines gave US clout 6) Who disagreed with the ODP and how did they react? –Boxer (Rebellion) Chinese nationalist that rebelled and killed 80,000 converted Christian Chinese and missionaries Put down by Multi-National forces (US and European troops take over China) –Who controls China? What should happen next? –2 nd ODP- US protects Chinese sovereignty (Eur. Listens again, avoids war)
Roosevelt’s Big Stick Policy ID- Theodore Roosevelt and His Big Stick in the Caribbean (649) Summary 4- What does it say on several of the boats and what is TR holding in his hand? –Debt Collection, Sheriff, Receiver Summary 5- What does this cartoon imply about the US foreign policy in the Caribbean? –That the US will dominate and control politics in Latin America and Caribbean Sea –?How might Latin America have been different if the US did not get so involved in Latin America? Would Latin America be better off?
Panama Canal OI- Building the Panama Canal 7) Why did America want to build the canal? –Two Ocean interests, one ocean navy (need to move navy from Pac.O to Atlantic Ocean) 8) How did the US acquire the rights to build in Panama? –Panamanian Revolution- US encouraged Panama to break away from Columbia, sent US Nashville to “protect” Panamanians, bribed Columbian General to go home Hay-Bunau-Villa Treaty- allowed US to lease 10 miles wide canal zone and intervene in Panamanian affairs 9) How long did it take to build the canal? –10 years, $400 mil.
Roosevelt Corollary OI- TR’s Perversion of Monroe’s Doctrine –What is Latin America’s view of the US? 10) Define the Monroe Doctrine –1820- no new European colonies in Latin America (prevent Europe from taking over newly liberated countries) 11) How did the “Roosevelt Corollary” alter the Monroe Doctrine –Stated the US had the right to intervene (invade) in Latin American countries affairs (p 686) 12) Identify the “Bad Neighbor Policy” –US invaded and took over countries numerous times –Wilmont Proviso- stated US would fight Spain to free Cuba, not to gain land –Teller Amendment- US will free Cuba if it allows US to intervene when US interests are threatened and lease Guantanamo Bay