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$200 $300 $400 Final Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 I MPERIALISM ACQUIRED TERRITORIES SPANISH AMERICAN WAR IMPORTANT PEOPLE IMPORTANT TERMS
THIS WAS THE MAIN GOAL OF THOSE WHO SUPPORTED U.S. IMPERIALISM C1 $100
WHAT IS TO OBTAIN OVERSEAS MARKETS AND NAVAL BASES C1? $100
THIS GROUP WANTED TO CONVERT “HEATHENS” OF NEWLY ACQUIRED TERRITORIES AND SUPPORTED IMPERIALISM C1 $200
WHO ARE AMERICAN MISSIONARIES? C1 $200
SEA POWER IS THE KEY TO NATIONAL GREATNESS UNITED STATES MISSIONARIES SPREAD CHRISTIAN PRINCIPLES C1 $300
WHAT ARE REASONS FOR AMERICAN IMPERIALSIM? C1 $300
NO GOVERNMENT WITHOUT CONSENT OF GOVERNED U.S. TRADITION OF NON-INVOLVEMENT HIGH COST OF DEFENDING TERRITORIES C1 $400
WHAT ARE REASONS FOR OPPOSING IMPERIALISM? C1 $400
Timer The final Jeopardy answer is: C1 final
C2 $100 THIS TERRITORY WAS ANNEXED AFTER PRO- AMERICAN PLANTERS PLANNED AND COMPLETED A REVOLT.
C2 $100 WHAT IS HAWAII?
C2 $200 THIS TERRITORY WAS ACQUIRED BECAUSE IT WAS A USEFUL BASE FOR INCREASING AMERICAN TRADE IN EAST ASIA
C2 $200 WHAT IS THE PHILIPPINES?
C2 $300 THE U.S. PROMOTED ITS ECONOMIC INTEREST IN CHINA BY USING THIS POLICY
C2 $300 WHAT IS THE OPEN DOOR POLICY?
C2 $400 THIS TERRITORY WAS CALLED “SEWARD’S FOLLY”.
C2 $400 WHAT IS ALASKA?
C2 $500 THIS TERRITORY WAS ACQUIRED BECAUSE THE U.S. NAVY NEEDED TO TRAVEL BETWEEN OCEANS QUICKLY
C2 $500 WHAT IS THE PANAMA CANAL?
C3 $100 AN EXAMPLE OF THIS WOULD BE THE EXAGGERATED REPORTING OF THE SINKING OF THE USS MAINE.
C3 $100 WHAT IS YELLOW JOURNALISM?
C3 $200 THIS GROUP OF PEOPLE SUPPORTED THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR BECAUSE THEY WERE DISGUSTED BY THE SPANISH POLICY OF RE-CONCENTRATION CAMPS USED IN CUBA
C3 $200 WHO ARE HUMANITARIANS?
C3 $300 THIS WAS THE NICKNAME FOR THIS WAR
C3 $300 WHAT IS A SPLENDID LITTLE WAR?
C3 $400 THIS AMENDMENT STATED THAT THE U.S. HAD NO INTEREST IN TAKING OVER CUBA
C3 $400 WHAT IS THE TELLER AMENDMENT?
C3 $500 BECAUSE OF THIS WAR THE U.S. EMERGED AS THIS
C3 $500 WHAT IS A WORLD POWER?
C4 $100 THIS PRESIDENT ANNEXED THE PHILIPPINES, GUAM, PUERTO RICO AND HAWAII TO THE UNITED STATES
C4 $100 WHO IS PRESIDENT MCKINLEY?
C4 $200 THIS PRESIDENT FOLLOWED A POLICY OF “WATCHFUL WAITING” TOWARDS MEXICO; SENT TROOPS TO CAPTURE PANCHO VILLA; AND USED MORAL DIPLOMACY
C4 $200 WHO IS PRESIDENT WILSON?
C4 $300 THIS PRESIDENT ESTABLISHED CONTROL OVER THE PANAMA CANAL; WARNED NATIONS NOT TO INTERFERE IN THE CARIBBEAN; AND USED “BIG STICK DIPLOMACY”.
C4 $300 WHO IS THEODORE ROOOSEVELT?
C4 $400 THIS PERSON HELPED MOVE THE U.S. INTO A POSITION OF WORLD POWER BY LEADING THE PRO-AMERICAN PLANTERS IN A REVOLT IN THIS TERRITORY
C4 $400 WHO IS SANFORD DOLE?
C4 $500 THIS SENATOR FAVORED OVERSEAS EXPANSION DURING THE DEBATES IN THE U.S. SENATE IN THE 1890’S
C4 $500 WHO IS HENRY CABOT LODGE?
C5 $100 THIS IS A REASON FOR IMPERIALISM AND IT GIVES THE U.S. POWER AND PRESTIGE AND MAKES YOU PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN
C5 $100 WHAT IS NATIONALISTIC OR NATIONALISM?
C5 $200 THIS IS AN AREA WHERE ONE NATION HAS SPECIAL TRADING RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES AND WAS USED IN CHINA
C5 $200 WHAT IS SPHERES OF INFLUENCE?
C5 $300 THIS IS A REASON FOR IMPERIALISM WHERE THERE IS A NEED FOR STRATEGIC LOCATIONS AND A PLACE TO REFUEL AND GET SUPPLIES
C5 $300 WHAT IS MILITARY?
C5 $400 THIS LIMITED CUBA’S INDEPENDENCE; ALLOWED FOR THE U.S TO INTERVENE IN CUBA’S POLITICAL AFFAIRS; AND GAVE U.S. THE RIGHT TO ESTABLISH NAVAL BASES.
C5 $400 WHAT IS THE PLATT AMENDMENT?
C5 $500 THIS IS A TYPE OF FOREIGN POLICY USED BY TAFT WHERE U.S. INVESTMENTS ARE USED TO PROMOTE IMPERIALISM
C5 $500 WHAT IS DOLLAR DIPLOMACY?
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