Political Economic Social Ideology Analysis

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Political Economic Social Ideological
• Socialism, Marxism and Anarchism was created to help the workers that didn’t like how they were being treated.

• Britain and Germany didn’t want U.S to have Samoan Islands all to itself so all 3 of them protectorate that island.

• 1890 William McKinley came with the tariff bill that was passed into the law which affected the Hawaii sugar plantation in a negative way.

• US citizen in Hawaii was afraid of their economic being ruin so they took the Queen Liliuokalani out of royalty (1893) and wanted to join the US government.

• William McKinley became President of the United State in 1897.

• Congress of the United States joined in with Hawaii
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and British Armed forces

• Panama Canal allowed for the easier passage for pacific colonies in Hawaii, gaining colonies in Puerto Rico allowed for a greater navy

• TR’s big stick policy for war if peaceful conservation

• U.s. Imperialism allowed for liberation of several countries in Panama, Cuba

• Creation of Panama canal allowed for easy military access through ought the world

• Economic started increasing toward the end of the 19th century.

• Middle of the 19th century U.S transform from civil war and reconstruction to economic rising from things like railroads, mining, iron and coal production were making good money.

• Long Depression was caused when the Jay Crook & Company banking firm felled apart.

• Great Railway Strikes of 1877 started from people being unemployed and having low wages.

• In 1879 they found new coal iron and oil also, agriculture, steel production, mining and textile manufacture improved bringing more money.

• When workers were working in poor condition, low wages and long hours they would start unions and begin to strike to get their points
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• Vietnam War ended in April 1965 when General Robert Lee surrender the army to General Grant.

• Hawaii sugar plantation was important to the U.S.

• Gold was found between the border region of Venezuela and British Guiana.

• In 1870s Cuban spent 10 year trying to get there independence.

• The revolution that Cuba was in was threatening the $50 million investment U.S had on Cuba.

• 1895 there was about 20,000 Cubans living in the U.S and most of them wanted independence.

• Mass meetings were taken place in major cities like Chicago, New York, Kansas City and Philadelphia to talk about Cuba issue.

• Yellow Press are people who exaggerates about the news just to catch people attention and sell more papers.

• Yellow Press found a letter from Spanish ambassador in Washington, Dupuy de Lome, to the Spanish government in Madrid about McKinley being weak.

• USS Maine is a US battleship that exploded in Havana harbor killing 260-266 people.
• U.S debated to become an imperial power and Canada debated to stay an imperial

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