Week Six AssignmentHistory 1302
One of the early problems in building a canal in the Caribbean was the fact that theUnited States had committed itself to two treaties that were obstacles to the building of acanal. These treaties were the ______________________ Treaty and the___________________-______________________ Treaty.
When the United States opened negotiations for the Panama Canal with Columbia theUnited States offered $10 million in cash for the canal. Columbia refused the offer andheld for __________________________.
The _________________________ ________________________ stated that becausethe Monroe Doctrine prohibited intervention in the Caribbean by Europeans, the UnitedStates was justified in intervening first to forestall involvement by outsiders.
With the help of Theodore Roosevelt, Russia and Japan agreed to terms of the Treaty of _____________________________ which put an end to the Russo-Japanese War.
The Taft-Katsura Agreement of July 29, 1905 stated that the United States would acceptJapanese control of __________________________ while Japan promised to keep out of the __________________________.
The Act of Algeciras affirmed the independence of _____________________ andguaranteed an open door for trade there but provided for the training and control of ________________________ police by France and Spain.
The ___________________ _____________________________ ____________________ was a tour of the United States navy around the world to showthe world how great the United States was in terms of naval strength.
Progressives believed that society could be reformed by creative____________________ and concerted action.
The progressive impulse rose in response to many _________________ changes, themost powerful of which were the devastating depression of the 1890s and its attendantsocial unrest.
Progressive reformers shared a common assumption that the complex social ills andtensions generated by the ______________________-_______________________ required new responses.
The progressive impulse arose in part in a desire to counter the growing influence of ___________________ doctrines by promoting more mainstream reforms.
The most important reform that political progressives promoted to democratizegovernment and encourage greater political participation was the __________________