David E. Shi and George Brown Tindall, America: A Narrative History, Vol. 2, 10th ed. (New York: W.W. Norton, 2016) [ISBN: 9780393265958].
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Choose one (1) question.
1. What factors motivated America’s new imperialism after the Civil War?
2. What were the consequences of the Spanish-American War (War of 1898) for American foreign policy?
3. What reasons were behind Theodore Roosevelt’s rapid rise to the presidency? What were the main elements of his foreign policies?
4. What were the various motives of progressive reformers?
5. What were the specific goals of progressive reformers? In what ways did they pursue these public goals?
6. Which policies of President Woodrow Wilson were influenced by the progressive movement? How and why did these differ from the policies of Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft?…………answer preview…American imperialism was based on the belief that the Americans were entitled to control other people regardless of whether they used direct or indirect means. The influence was related to foreign territory expansion. The current paper seeks to examine the factors that culminated in America’s imperialism after the civil war………372 words Added to cart