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Developments that drove American expansion in late 19th c

Economics, technology, religion and European resumption of colonization

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How did the US become involved with dispute between Great Britain and Venezuela?

Venezuela requested US assistance under the Monroe Doctrine

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What US President responded and why?

President Cleveland responded out of some sympathy for an underdog and because the British could deny access to the Orinoco.

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When did this occur?

1895

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Result of dispute

US and Gr Britain agreed to arbitration; Britain retained control of Orinoco River but recognized American hegemony. Venezuela not invited to proceedings.

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What led Pres. Arthur to modernize the Navy in the late 1880s?

War scare with Chile

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How did Arthur modernize the Navy?

Armor plated cruisers to protect merchant ships, beginning of Naval War College and Office of Naval Intelligence

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What President engaged in an overblown dispute with Chile?

Benjamin Harrison along with Secretary of State Blaine

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What caused the dispute with Chile?

A sailors' brawl that resulted in 2 dead sailors, 17 wounded and 36 jailed.

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Result of dispute

Tough talk and Chile finally backed down with an apology and $75,000 reparations

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How did US involvement disturb Cuba in the 1890s?

Reciprocity Treaty of 1890 fed the economy but the Wilson Gorman Tariff of 1894 bled the economy

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Who led the Cuban "scorched earth" revolt against Spain?

Jose Marti

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How did the Spanish respond to the revolution?

Concentration camps for peasants with 95,000 dead

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The Cuban revolution threatened U.S.

interests in sugar, mining, ranching, and the safety of US citizens

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Those who favored War with Spain in Cuba

Cuban expatriates and the "yellow press"

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The "yellow press" was owned by competitors

Hearst and Pulitzer

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Those who opposed war in Cuba did so because

fear of lengthy involvement with a mostly black and Catholic population with dubious ability to self-govern

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President's McKinley's negotiations with Spain

brought some concessions but Cuban rebels insisted on total independence.