Also known as ‘big stick’ diplomacy, this offical american policy statd that disorder

Also known as "big stick" diplomacy, this offical american policy statd that disorder in latin america could force the united states to send its military into latin america nations to protect american economic interest. what is it and why?

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  1. 13. A

    14. B

    15. anti imperialist (goes against democracy + competition from foreign workers)

         expansionists (access to international markets + network of naval bases around the world)

    16. A

    17. A

    18. D

    19. D

    20. C


  2. Unless America's interests were directly threatened, Americans did not want to go to war.


    At the beginning of World War I, America was neutral. Most of the public had a divided opinion regarding the war. There was an opportunity for Russia to go out of the war, which would make Germany most likely to win. Of great importance was the opinion of the public.

    Germany broke the agreement on total submarine warfare. This violated the US neutrality agreement in the war. This was enough reason for the US government to influence public opinion and engage in battle.

  3. 1) C. Treason - a crime of betraying one's country.
    2) a. Enlisting in the military of a foreign nation
    b. Being convicted of treason or sedition
    c. The discovery that a naturalized citizen was deceptive on their naturalization documents
    d. Voluntarily giving up American citizenship to become a citizen of another country
    3) a. Americans form interest groups to support a variety of different causes
    4) D. Excise tax
    5) a. County
    7) b. governor
    8) a. Equal Protection Clause - 14th amendment
    9) b. fiscal policy
    10) d. None of the above - this type of government discrimination is never permissible.

  4. B

    A and C


    These were all the the ways Harding contributed in the economic growth of the Coolidge administration

  5. the captain of a steam ship naturally chooses the shortest route to his destination. since a sailing ship is usually pushed by winds and currents, its captain must find a route where the wind will probably blow in the right direction. tacking, i.e. using contrary wind to pull (sic) the sails, was always possible but wasted time because of the zigzagging required, and this would significantly delay long voyages. the early european explorers were not only looking for new lands. they also had to discover the pattern of winds and currents that would carry them where they wanted to go. during the age of sail winds and currents determined trade routes and therefore influenced european imperialism and modern political geography. for an outline to the main wind systems see global wind patterns.

    pilotage or cabotage, in one sense, is the art of sailing along the coast using known landmarks. navigation, in one sense, is the art of sailing long distances out of sight of land.[1] although the polynesians were able to sail the pacific (with great difficulty) and people regularly sailed north and south across the mediterranean, before the time of columbus nearly all sailing was coastal pilotage

            it is some were in here? ///

  6. the latin america part is called the Roosevelt Corollary; as an extension of the Monroe Doctrine. the big stick part represents US willing to send military into latin american countries to resolve diplomatic issues.

  7. American business interests needed to be protected


    The intervention of the United States in Nicaragua was mostly because of economic interests. The us wanted to have full control of the small Central American nation as it was located in a place that had the potential to be both of great benefit for the United States, but also to create a lot fo economic damage. One of those economic reasons was the planned canal in Nicaragua, that was going to compete with the one in Panama. Having the Panama canal under their control, the US didn't wanted another one that was going to compete with it and take away large portion of the money that they had secured with it.

  8. its the Roosevelt Corollary by Ted Roosevelt. He explained his diplomatic policy as "speak softly and carry a big stick."

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