We can trade with our allies to demonstrate that we are actually following our peace treaty. This will increase the economy of our country and afterwards, start rebuilding whole Athens in general. I say we also invest some money in our army and navy so that we could be protected in case of another invasion, its better to same some type of defense than nothing at all. Lets not rebuilt our whole army because I believe if we do so, other countries will think that we have the same motives of expanding the Athenian
Of time did Roosevelt the president title to speech called new nationalism in this speech he was talking about how monopolies and Trust worth it to the American people and how the roads were becoming more more popular and controlling the American people not allowing them to have freedom how did they could be easily cheated just to make a few extra dollars two persons with businesses at the year Roosevelt mention that was part of the problem was monopolies and trust and how they cannot be trusted and how they were the biggest start to the American people and the solution to the problem was to create a public welfare this stated in document for then in document 5 these are the laws that were created ‘every contact the combination created or otherwise come expectancy of a trust must be among several states or four nations must be declared illegal this so very big turning point inside the US history or no longer big corporations or owning the public where no matter lost like this in before created where so they are no longer monopolies or trust and these laws were designed to protect the public because it was preventing such combinations to occur according to document sex whenever the meat was spoiled it was put into cans and this did not have any sanitary conditions supernote sanitary conditions in this whole plant this many problems many people are getting sick from the conditions such as there are thousands of germs all over and to think I put inside the sausages aside from the meet the workers would put wrapped in two sausages and where they were feed poison bread again if this killed the rat how come it couldn't kill a human a stated stated in the document seven laws had to be made to make sure that human beings for not being killed by these contain contamination that is why the Meat Inspection Act of 1986 was created because dinner princess rose boat launch an investigation that reformed the wave the nation's food was prepared in Maine under the law
The main point of the Foreign Policy was to make the U.S a bigger influence on the world's stage. Roosevelt’s top priority was to build a better and stronger navy. He wanted the U.S. Navy to be a major force at sea. His second priority was to make peace but he also wanted to show that the U.S. would not mess around and that's how the policy got its name as the Big Stick Diplomacy. He also wanted to establish the Panama Canal so it would make it easier for the ships to travel instead of going around the South America tip.
Thus, while advocates of expansionism wanted to civilize other nations, become a superpower, and improve US unity, oppositions wanted the US to improve domestic conflicts instead of involving itself in foreign affairs and should not force America’s ideals on other nations. During the Spanish-American War, more people were becoming Jingoist imperialists who wanted the US to assert its global dominance. Hoping to further US business interests and expand the Navy’s resources, American merchants, businessmen, and imperialists wanted to invest in Hawaii, Samoa, and especially Cuba. Jingoists wanted Cuba because of its vast
Other countries were pushed into embracing change in the way the Americans had done. Progressive leader Roosevelt fought for increased federal regulation to organize big business practices. On the other hand Wilson, promised to legislate for open competition. By the end of the movement, America had changed completely due to newly formed laws and national levels in all areas; economic, political, and social. Without the changes after the Progressive Movement, many American's lives would not have improved.
Once reconstruction had been unraveled, Americans were eager to progress the United States and better this nation socially, politically and economically. Progressive People during this time desired to move from the original farming scenario, into more urban settings and city like areas. Some progressive people rejected social Darwinism and challenged the ideas of the Laissez-faire, and idolized the ideals of pragmatism—which is relying on human experience to define any truth—but that was just the beginning. Many of the progressivists wanted to reform the government and economic systems, due to accelerated urban growth and imbalance in economic power between the upper-class and the lower-class. Leaders like Woodrow Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt are highly associated with aiding with these political issues of progressivism.
When the Spanish arrived at the Americas prior to the English, the Spanish mainly wanted to explore this foreign land. The Monarchs who sponsored the Spanish expedition wanted one thing only, to get rich and so they tasked them with the job of collecting new and different varieties of plants and grains. Plants and grains that could be used for food and medicine. During this period of history, every superpower of Europe had the same agenda, to grow their economy and appear to be the strongest nation. It was
A Modern Day Imperial Power Presently, the presence of injustice, disorder, and poverty are all problems demanding a need for an active imperial power to solve them. Throughout the past two centuries, America has emerged as a capable modern day imperial power. As an imperial power, America has the ability to spread its economic, cultural and military influence internationally, majority of which benefits foreign nations. Likewise, imperialism is a widespread concept amongst existing and rising imperial powers due to the beneficial impacts it has on everyone—for example, economical, political, military, growth and cultural benefits. America’s ascent in strength and power was driven and motivated this imperialistic interest for everyone, having grown to become one of the most strongest forces in the world, it is a moral responsibility for America to aid less fortunate nations and people.
There were plans to have a naval base in Cuba; this would allow the U.S to have a greater access to other countries in the western hemisphere. Americans would stay in Cuba to have the ability to have an influence on them, and from there they could expand into foreign markets. This is important due to the fact more customers to sell to meant more money to be made. By joining this war, the U.S could rid of Spain in the western hemisphere and expand into the rest. The U.S had important economic reasons for becoming involved the war however, these reasons were not significant enough to do so until the U.S.S Maine blew up.
His perspective on things really changed the world because he saw everything as a way to make the world a better place. Alexander Hamilton truly has left a legacy as a government politician. Motivation people to push themselves to succeed at their goal or challenge, was a job he did well throughout his lifetime. He is certainly a hero of change because he impacted the government world by doing what he knew he could do, he made the world strong and undestructable. Perhaps if people were more like Alexander Hamilton people would keep on trying and pushing themselves to past the limits more people would change the
The Civil War, 1861-1865, ended up being so calamitous, with the United States leading up to becoming a World Power in the 20th century. There was a collapse in industrialization, initiating the courage and hope of the Americans. The U.S tried to become this world power by attempting to first make their military stronger, offering trades with different countries, by joining different territories as well as buying different ones; they did whatever they had to do in order to become a world power. Setting up markets for raw material, as well as, keeping the inferior people well acquainted is what the imperialists insisted on building the economy. In addition, they felt as though our military force was not strong enough to overcome the obstacles