1. Alfred T. Mahan
    � U.S. admiral who advocated sea power as path to national power and imperial expansion
  2. William Randolph Hearst
    � publisher of New York Journal, practiced yellow journalism
  3. Joseph Pulitzer
    � publisher of New York World, practiced yellow journalism
  4. George Dewey
    � U.S. admiral, attacked Spanish at Philippines during S.A. war
  5. John Pershing �
    led U.S. forces into Mexico to try and capture Pancho Villa
  6. Spanish-American War
    � �Splendid little war�, 1898, U.S. defeats Spain and receives Spanish colonial territories
  7. Boxer Rebellion
    � Chinese spiritual peoples rebellion to oust foreign influence. Rebellion fails miserably
  8. Teller Amendment
    �U.S. would not take control of Cuba following S.A. war
  9. Platt Amendment
    � Cuban constitution must allow for U.S. intervention, if deemed necessary
  10. Treaty of Paris, 1898
    � ended S.A. war
  11. �Jingoism�
    � extreme patriotism that calls for imperialist foreign policy
  12. Dollar Diplomacy
    � U.S. using economic power to control or influence other countries, used by President Taft
  13. Panama Canal
    � passage through Central America b/w Atlantic and Pacific Oceans
  14. Roosevelt Corollary
    � U.S. will use force to protect interests in Latin America
  15. Alfred T. Mahan
    � bigger Navy
  16. Henry Cabot Lodge
    � senator, opposed League of Nations and Treaty of Versailles
  17. Marcus Garvey
    � back to Africa, United Negro Improvement Assoc.
  18. Woodrow Wilson
    � President, 14 Points, League of Nations, �Make the world safe for democracy�
  19. Warren Harding
    � return to normalcy, isolationism
  20. Calvin Coolidge
    � leave businesses alone, let them prosper
  21. Herbert Hoover
    � president, no direct relief
  22. Franklin D. Roosevelt
    � �New Deal�, WWII, longest serving president
  23. Fourteen Points
    � Wilson�s plan for peace to end WWI, League of Nations � peace org.
  24. �Big Four�
    � main people at Treaty of Vers., represented US, GB, France, Italy (main Allies from war but no Russia)
  25. Schenck v. US
    � gov�t can limit rights during war (relates to Esp/Sed Acts)
  26. Quota Acts
    � limits immigration during 1920s, especially from S/E Europe
  27. Kellogg-Briand Pact
    � no war
  28. Hawley-Smoot Tariff
    � high tariff to help US business, but hurt foreign trade
  29. AAA
    � help farmers, unconstitutional
  30. CCC
    � young men, $ to family, trees/trails
  31. TVA
    � dams in TN for electricity, jobs
  32. Social Security
    - $ for retired, handicapped, taken from current paychecks
  33. FDIC
    � fix banks, secure money
  34. SEC
    � regulates stock market
  35. WPA
    � provided jobs, various talents
  36. FHA/HOLC
    - $ to help with mortgages, home repairs
  37. Wagner Act
    � power to unions
  38. Teapot Dome
    � scandal, Harding, oil reserves
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