Chap 20 Empire and Wars

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QUESTION 1 1. American “jingoism” was a response to the perceived inferiority of nonwhite peoples. demand for Christian missionaries in China. late nineteenth-century masculinity crisis. lengthy campaign for women's suffrage. 4 points QUESTION 2 1. Despite their differences, Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson both believed that participation in a war was key to the development of true masculinity. nations should work collectively to preserve international peace and stability. the United States had the right to intervene in the affairs of other nations. it was imperative for the United States to gain access to the China market. 4 points QUESTION 3 1. During World War I, the song “Over There” and the films produced by the Committee on Public Information both conveyed the message that there would be no tolerance of sedition during wartime. German Americans were dangerous and had to be watched. the U.S. military was ess

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Chap 20 Empire and WarsQUESTION 11. American jingoism was a response to theperceived inferiority of nonwhite peoples.demand for Christian missionaries in China.late nineteenth-century masculinity crisis.lengthy campaign for women's suffrage.4 pointsQUESTION 21. Despite their differences, Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson both believed thatparticipation in a war was key to the development of true masculinity.nations should work collectively to preserve international peace and stability.the United States had the right to intervene in the affairs of other nations.it was imperative for the United States to gain access to the China market.4 pointsQUESTION 31. During World War I, the song Over There and the films produced by the Committee onPublic Information both conveyed the message thatthere would be no tolerance of sedition during wartime.German Americans were dangerous and had to be watched.the U.S. military was essential to the Allies' victory.the Central Powers would be defeated easily.4 pointsQUESTION 41. During his last eighteen months in office, Woodrow Wilsonworked tirelessly to rally public support for the Versailles treaty.convinced Congress to support his vision of the League of Nations.was convinced that Congress should retain the right to declare war.largely withdrew from active participation in political debates.4 pointsQUESTION 51. How many American men were drafted to fight in the Great War before its end?5

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