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DOCUMENT 6 Swinging the Big stick

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DOCUMENT 6 Swinging the Big stick

  1. Who is the President portrayed in the cartoon?

  1. What Western African saying does the president use to portrait his imperialistic approach to foreign countries?

  1. The big stick in the cartoon is labeled “The New Diplomacy.” What were the new diplomatic policies that were proposed by the President portrayed in the cartoon?


Please capture our town next” The cartoon above refers to an event in the Spanish American War on an island eager to succumb to the United States.

  1. What is the name of the island? How is the message of the cartoon represented in the drawing?

  2. Explain how the conditions as Americans of the islanders changed according to the Foraker Act and the Jones Act.


Non-European powers, like Japan, would be excluded from owning territory in the Western Hemisphere…” Lodge Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine: 1912

  1. What actions by Japan in the 1900’s responded to Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Sr. establishing his corollary to the Monroe Doctrine?

  2. Mention and explain two agreements signed between Japan and the United States in the early 1900’s.


  1. What is this photograph about? What ocean is the fleet navigating? What was the purpose of establishing this American fleet?


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