arguing that domination of the seas through naval power was the key to world domination Alfred Thayer Mahan promoted American overseas expansion by the need to find new African and Asian soures of raw materials for American industry Which of the following was not among the factors propelling America toward overseas expansion in the 1980s? The desire to expand overseas agricultural and manufacturing exports
The "yellow press" of Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst
The need to find new African and Asian sources of raw materials for American industry
The ideologies of Anglo-Saxon superirity and social Darwinism
The intervention of the German kaiser in Latin America white planters had illegally overthrown Queen Liliuokalani against the wishes of most native Hawaiians President Grover Cleveland refused to annex Hawaii because Spanish control of Cuba violated the Monroe Doctrine Americans first became concerned with the situation in Cuba because William Randolph Hearst's sensational newspaper accounts of Spanish atrocities in Cuba Even before the sinking of the Maine, the American public's indignation at Spain had been whipped into a frenzy by President McKinley was reluctant to get into a war Even after the Maine exploded, the United States did not immediately declare war on Cuba because the leader of Filipino insurgents against Spanish rule Emilio Aguinaldo was The Virgin Islands Which of the following was not among the colonial territories that the United States acquired in the Spanish-American War?
The Virgin Islands
a combination of religious piety and material economic interests President William McKinley based his decision to make the Philippines and American colony on patriotism, religion, and economic opportunities Pro-imperialist Americans argued that the Philippines should be siezed because of a guerrilla war between the United States and Filipino...
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