President of the United States

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1.| 22.01-045|
 | President ________ called his policy of influencing other countries without actually controlling them "dollar diplomacy." * WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT.| |
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2.| 22.01-018|
 | The major issue in the Spanish-American War was the independence of * CUBA| |
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3.| 22.01-020|
 | In February 1898 the American battleship ________ mysteriously exploded in Havana harbor. * MAINE| |
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4.| 22.01-034|
 | According to the map, "The United States in the Caribbean and Central America," the United States either occupied Cuba with troops or treated it as a protectorate for approximately ________ years at the beginning of the twentieth century. * 35| |

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5.| 22.02-001|
 | According to your text, one of the most appealing reasons for many Americans to look beyond American boundaries in the late 19th century was the excitement and adventure of overseas activities. * TRUE| |

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6.| 22.01-025|
 | The American politician who formed a volunteer unit, the "Rough Riders," and participated in storming San Juan Hill was * THEODORE ROOSEVELT| |
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7.| 22.01-016|
 | In the 1890s a nasty dispute erupted between the United States and Great Britain over * THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN VENEZUELA AND BRITISH GUIANA| |
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8.| 22.01-009|
 | Alfred Thayer Mahan argued in the 1890s that national security and prosperity rested on a powerful-NAVY| |
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9.| 22.01-030|
 | In the "insular cases" the Supreme Court ruled that * CONGEESS WAS NOT BOUND TO FOLLOW THE CONSTITUTION IN LEGISLATING FOR COLONIES| |
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10.| 22.01-001|
 | After the Civil War, most Americans' attitude toward foreign affairs was that they| -GAVE LITTLE THOUGHT TO FOREIGN AFFAIRS|
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11.| 22.01-046|
 | Your text described American imperialism in the post-Spanish-American War era as * SHORT IN DURATION| |
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12.| 22.02-002|
 | Despite his later fame as a global strategist, Alfred Thayer Mahan had no disciples and no measurable influence in his lifetime. * FALSE| |
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13.| 22.01-017|
 | An unfortunate effect of the dispute between America and Great Britain over Venezuela's boundary was that it * ENCOURAGED AMERICANS TO BELIEVE THEY COULD ACHIVE THEIR FORGEIN POLICY GOALS BY THREAT AND BLUSTER.| |

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14.| 22.01-021|
 | Faced with public clamor for war with Spain, McKinley * REFUSED TO PANIC BUT RELUCTANTLY AND HESITANTLY SENT CONGESS A WAR MESSAGE.| |
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15.| 22.01-011|
 | Queen Liliuokalani's "Hawaii for Hawaiians" movement led to * AN AMERICAN LED COUP AND THE ABOLITION OF THE MONARCHY | |
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16.| 22.01-026|
 | After the Spanish-American War, heated debates raged over the imperialism of annexing * THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS| |
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17.| 22.01-006|
 | "His Majesty the Emperor of all the Russias agrees to cede to the United States, . . .all the territory and dominion now possessed by his said Majesty on the continent of America and in the adjacent islands. . ." The above topic was * ALASKA| |

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18.| 22.01-047|
 | According to the text, American statesmen who pursued a foreign policy of imperialism without colonies * FENUINELY, BUT INCORRECTLY, BELIEVED THAT THEY WERE EXPORTING DEMOCRACY ALONG WITH CAPITALISM AND...
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