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<p>AP U</p> <p>AP U.S. History</p> <p>HERRICK</p> <p>Unit VIII: Age of Imperialism, Progressive Era, and WWI</p> <p>Ch. 27, 28, 29, 30, &amp; 31</p> <p>INSTRUCTIONS: Use the following essential questions and terms to guide your Cornell Notes. Your notes must be handwritten in blue or black ink (failure to write in ink will result in an automatic deduction of 5 points per assignment) and need to cover the entire chapter. Only thorough, complete work deserves full credit. Each set of notes is due the day of the chapter quiz unless otherwise noted. Quiz dates will be posted ahead of time in class. Ask Mrs. Herrick if you have any questions.</p> <p>Ch. 27: The Path of Empire, 1890-1899</p> <p>1. What caused America to shift its attention outward (foreign policy) in the late 1800s?</p> <p>2. What were the causes and ramifications of the Venezuelan Boundary Dispute?</p> <p>3. Describe the imperialistic tendencies of Americans in Hawaii.</p> <p>4. Explain in detail how the U.S. got involved in the Spanish-American War. What was the outcome of the War?</p> <p>5. President McKinley was faced with a devils dilemma regarding the Philippines. Explain.</p> <p>6. Why were some Americans opposed to imperialistic activities? </p> <p>Vocabularymake sure to include the vocab into your notes and identify where the terms are. Failure to do so will result in a loss of 5-10 points on your EQs.</p> <p>1. Imperialism</p> <p>2. Yellow Press</p> <p>3. Joseph Pulitzer</p> <p>4. William Randolph Hearst</p> <p>5. Alfred Thayer Mahans The Influence of Sea Power Upon History, 1660-1783</p> <p>6. Richard Olney</p> <p>7. McKinley Tariff</p> <p>8. Queen Liliuokalani</p> <p>9. Grover Cleveland </p> <p>10. Maine</p> <p>11. Teller Amendment of 1898</p> <p>12. George Dewey</p> <p>13. Emilio Aguinaldo</p> <p>14. Rough Riders and San Juan Hill</p> <p>15. Anti-Imperialist League </p> <p>16. The Foraker Act of 1900</p> <p>Ch. 28: America on the World Stage, 1899-1909</p> <p>1. Describe the cause and characteristics of the Philippine Insurrection.</p> <p>2. Explain the purpose of the Open Door Policy.</p> <p>3. What were the issues in the 1900 presidential election? Who were the candidates?</p> <p>4. Who was Theodore Roosevelt? </p> <p>5. TR claimed that he had received a mandate from civilization to start the canal. What does this mean?</p> <p>6. Explain the Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine and its impact in the Caribbean.</p> <p>7. In 1906 there was an international crisis between the U.S. and Japan. Explain.</p> <p>Vocabularymake sure to include the vocab into your notes and identify where the terms are. Failure to do so will result in a loss of 5-10 points on your EQs.</p> <p>1. Philippine Commission</p> <p>2. Open Door Policy/Note</p> <p>3. The Boxer Rebellion (also see page 652)</p> <p>4. William McKinley</p> <p>5. Theodore Teddy Roosevelt (TR)</p> <p>6. William Jennings Bryan</p> <p>7. Hay-Pauncefote Treaty 1901</p> <p>8. Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty</p> <p>9. Gentlemens Agreement, 1907-1908 </p> <p>Ch. 29 Progressivism and the Republican Roosevelt, 1901-1912</p> <p>1. Describe the importance of muckrakers</p> <p>2. Who were the progressives and what did they want to accomplish? (make sure to include a look at progressivism in cities and states and the participation of women) </p> <p>3. Describe TR the progressive. Focus on his dealings with:</p> <p>a. Labor (Square Deal)</p> <p>b. Corporationsespecially RR</p> <p>c. Consumer Protection</p> <p>d. Conservation</p> <p>4. Describe the Roosevelt Panic of 1907. What was Congress response to the financial crisis?</p> <p>5. Describe the campaign of 1908 and the candidates involved. Explain the transition from TR to Taft. </p> <p>6. Was President Taft a progressive? Explain.</p> <p>7. What is meant by Dollar Diplomacy?</p> <p>Vocabularymake sure to include the vocab into your notes and identify where the terms are. Failure to do so will result in a loss of 5-10 points on your EQs.</p> <p>1 Tenement</p> <p>2. Ida Tarbell</p> <p>3. Muckrakers</p> <p>4. Progressivism</p> <p>5. 17th Amendment </p> <p>6. Florence Kelley</p> <p>7. Muller v. Oregon, 1908</p> <p>8. Womens Christian Temperance Union (WCTU)</p> <p>9. The Square Deal</p> <p>10. Trusts </p> <p>11. Elkins Act of 1903</p> <p>12. Hepburn Act of 1906</p> <p>13. Northern Securities Company</p> <p>14. Upton Sinclairs The Jungle, 1906</p> <p>15. Meat Inspection Act of 1906</p> <p>16. Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906</p> <p>17. Gifford Pinchot</p> <p>18. William Howard Taft</p> <p>Ch. 30: Wilsonian Progressivism at Home and Abroad, 1912-1916</p> <p>1. Describe the candidates and issues of the presidential election of 1912. What were the political platforms of the election? Who (or what) was the runaway winner?</p> <p>2. Who was Woodrow Wilson?</p> <p>3. Describe Wilsons progressive credentials especially in regard to:</p> <p>a) Tariff</p> <p>b) Banks</p> <p>c) Trusts</p> <p>d) Labor </p> <p>4. What was Wilsons stance on foreign policy? What were his responses to foreign problems in the Philippines and Haiti?</p> <p>5. Explain why the U.S. got involved in Mexicotwice.</p> <p>6. Describe the campaigning done by both the Central Powers and the Allied Powers trying to entice U.S. support in the early years of the War. </p> <p>7. He Kept Us Out of War was a campaign slogan used by Wilson in the 1916 presidential election. Was this difficult (keeping us out of war)? How did he do it? Was his success long term?</p> <p>Vocabularymake sure to include the vocab into your notes and identify where the terms are. Failure to do so will result in a loss of 5-10 points on your EQs.</p> <p>1. Woodrow Wilson</p> <p>2. Bull Moose Party</p> <p>3. New Nationalism</p> <p>4. Eugene V. Debs</p> <p>5. Underwood Tariff Bill</p> <p>6. The Federal Reserve Act of 1913</p> <p>7. Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914</p> <p>8. Clayton Anti-Trust Act of 1914</p> <p>9. Workingmens Compensation Act of 1916</p> <p>10. General Victoriano Huerta</p> <p>11. Francisco Pancho Villa</p> <p>12. General John J. Pershing</p> <p>13. Central Powers (what countries made it up?)</p> <p>14. Allied Powers (What countries made it up?)</p> <p>15. Kaiser Wilhelm II</p> <p>16. U-boats</p> <p>17. Lusitania</p> <p>18. Charles Evans Hughes</p> <p>Ch. 31: The War to End War, 1917-1918</p> <p>1. Why did the U.S. enter WWI?</p> <p>2. What was Wilsons Fourteen Points? (Dont just list them out, make sure you explain their importance)</p> <p>3. How prepared was the U.S. to go to war in 1917? </p> <p>4. Describe the labor union disputes during the war years.</p> <p>5. Describe the war-time transformation which took place regarding the economy and government regulation. </p> <p>6. What mistakes made up Wilsons series of tragic fumbles? Why was the Treaty of Versailles defeated in the U.S. Senate? </p> <p>7. What were the issues in the election of 1920? Who were the candidates?</p> <p>Vocabularymake sure to include the vocab into your notes and identify where the terms are. Failure to do so will result in a loss of 5-10 points on your EQs.</p> <p>1. Zimmerman Note</p> <p>2. League of Nations</p> <p>3. Committee on Public Information</p> <p>4. George Creel</p> <p>5. IWW (Industrial Workers of the World) aka: Wobblies</p> <p>6. 19th Amendment</p> <p>7. Herbert C. Hoover</p> <p>8. 18th Amendment</p> <p>9. Conscription</p> <p>10. The Big Four </p> <p>11. Irreconcilables </p> <p>12. Treaty of Versailles </p> <p>13. Warren G. Harding</p> <p>14. James M. Cox </p>

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