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Who was involved in the Spanish American War
UNITED STATESSPAIN VS. FOUGHT FOR CUBA UNITED STATES CUBA SPAIN
The Spanish American War is known as what? Why?
“Splendid Little War” It lasted from April until August of 1898 4 Months.
Locations of fighting during the Spanish American War
Cuba Philippines and
What are the causes of the Spanish American War?
Causes Protection of American Business interest in Cuba America supported Cuban independence from Spain The sinking of the U.S.S. Maine Exaggerated news reports
* Protection of American Business interest in Cuba What crops did America want to protect in Cuba?
Sugar (also in Hawaii) Tobacco
* America supported Cuban independence from Spain
* Exaggerated news reports What is this called?
What are the results of the Spanish American War?
Results The United States became a world power Cuba gained independence from Spain The United States gained – Puerto Rico – Guam – Philippines
* The United States became a world power
* Cuba gained independence from Spain
* The United States gained: --Puerto Rico --Guam --Philippines
A policy that calls for expanding a nation’s boundaries
Policy of free trade with China
Policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs, remaining isolated
Using power to get control of weaker nations (building an empire)
Location of Panama Canal
Why did the United States build the Panama Canal?
Easier access for shipping from Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. To protect the newly acquired territories
What document led to the building of the Panama Canal
What are the three points of the Roosevelt Corollary?
U.S. right to interfere in Economic affairs Claim to International Police Power “Big Stick” Diplomacy
What message is the author trying to send?
AMERICA POLICES THE WORLD BIG STICK DIPLOMACY
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