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A.S. Chapter 17 Test

A.S. Chapter 17 Test

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Chapter 17: Imperialism Test!
**You guys are awesome and will do great on this!Multiple Choice (2pts each)
What is Imperialism?A)
One of the 3 Unforgivable curses in Harry Potter B)
Economic/political domination of strong countries over weak C)
The complete destruction of a weak country during a war D)
The boost in industry within Europe during the late 18
Anglo-Saxonism was popular in Britain and the U.S. becauseA)
They were booming industrious countriesB)
They spoke English and thought they were superior b/c of thatC)
Their richness allowed Anglo-Saxonism to thriveD)
Anglo-Saxons established a tri-lateral monarchy there3.
The following led to a shift in opinion towards Imperialism within the U.S.(mark all that apply)A)
Reconstruction had endedB)
Matthew Perry was bornC)
Economic/political competition from other countriesD)
The Industrial RevolutionE)
A feeling of cultural superiority4.
Which one of these is NOT true about Japan after the U.S. forced trade?A)
They began to Westernize their countryB)
An industrial revolution was launchedC)
A powerful navy was builtD)
They became a protectorate of the United StatesE)
They adopted Western technology5.
The idea that the United States and Latin America should work together:A)
The Americas CoalitionB)
International Trade Base for the Welfare of the WorldC)
Platt AmendmentD)
Three international crises during the late 1800’s led to
A modern U.S. navyB)
The Spanish-American War D)
The creation of the Rough Riders7.
Pick the TWO theories of how the U.S.S.
A mine had been planted by SpainB)
Cuban rebels torpedoed the shipC)
The ship’s ammunition exploded
A structural problem with the ship’s engine
What is yellow journalism?A)
Exaggerated or made-up news storiesB)
Old and weathered newspapersC)
When journalists covered the annexation of HawaiiD)
A biography within the
 New York Times
of Theodore Roosevelt9.
Choose the slogan that would be typical during the Spanish-American War:A)
“The weak over the strong, never long!”
“Call on Teddy, good ole’ Teddy!”
“Viva los Estados Unidos!”
“Remember the Maine, and to hell with Spain!”
The Rough Riders helped take this position, leading to the capture of Santiago:A)
The Spanish HeightsB)
The Bay of CubaC)
San Juan HillD)
Select all that apply: What did the Treaty of Paris accomplish?A)
U.S. acquired the Philippines for $20 millionB)
Cuba became an independent country (sorta)C)
Spain’s economy tanked
U.S. received Puerto RicoE)
U.S. received Guam12.
The Open Door Policy achieved:
Open trade within China for all countriesB)
Closed trade within ChinaC)
The taking of Hong Kong by the RussiansD)
Wider door space in China’s government buildings
Instead of gaining land and partitioning China, what did the U.S. do?A)
Mobilized their naval fleet to China’s ports
Attacked TaiwanC)
Made reparation payments to ChinaD)
Kept trade alive with China14.
The right for the U.S. to build a canal through Central America came by:A)
The Platt AmendmentB)
The Hay-Pauncefote TreatyC)
Dollar DiplomacyD)
What was the true end result of the Spanish-American War?A)
The U.S. became a world/imperial power B)
Cubans gained their independenceC)
Yellow journalism officially endedD)
Spain was no longer called a country
Matching (1 pt each)
A con of supporti
ng Panama’s independence______
A. Matthew Perry2.
Impact of Pan-Americanism today ________ B. Panama Canal3.
Impact of Imperialism today _________ C. Aggression4.
Rough Rider’s 2
in command _________ D. Teddy Roosevelt5.
U.S. naval officer ________ E. Organization of American States

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