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Reticent expansionism

the foreign policy of William McKinley

by John M. Dobson

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Published by Duquesne University Press in Pittsburgh, Pa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • McKinley, William, 1843-1901.,
    • United States -- Foreign relations -- 1897-1901.,
    • United States -- Territorial expansion.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementJohn Dobson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE713 .D63 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination216 p. ;
      Number of Pages216
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2403945M
      ISBN 100820702021
      LC Control Number87034541

        The late s and early s in the United States were marked by many things. Two of the big trademarks were Imperialism and Expansionism. Expansionism was simply the expanding of the country. Americans, in viewing the globe in , saw a world of empires that were dynamic and fast-growing. Western powers such as Germany, France, and particularly Great Britain were making colonial imperialism fashionable, and the United States, eager to flex its muscles as an emerging world power, was swept along with the European by:

      expansionism (countable and uncountable, plural expansionisms) The policy, of a nation, of expanding its territory or its economic influence. Related terms [ edit ]. In US Expansionism, David Healy examines this brief but important chapter in American history. Analyzing the various intellectual, cultural, and economic forces that engendered and shaped America’s imperialist drive, Healy also illustrates the key personalities involved, including the soon-to-be president, Theodore Roosevelt.

      £ Book Added to basket. Reticent Expansionism: The Foreign Policy of William Mckinley (Hardback) John Dobson. £ Hardback Added to basket. Add to Basket Finance Ethics: The Rationality of Virtue (Hardback) John Dobson. £ Hardback. DBQ American expansionism in the late 19th century and early 20th century was, to a large extent, a continuation of past United States expansionism, while also departing with previous expansionism in some aspects. During the period of time between the late 19th century and early 20th century, America was going through significant changes.


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E D63 A different frontier: selected readings in the foundations of American economic expansion Reticent expansionism book edited with an introd.

by Lloyd C. Gardner. Walter Nugent taught history at the University of Notre Dame for sixteen years and at Indiana University for twenty-one years before that. As a visiting professor he has also taught, lectured, and lived in England, Israel, Germany, Poland, and Ireland/5(14).

In expansionism, governments and states expand their territory, power, wealth or influence through economic growth, soft power, or the military aggression of empire-building and colonialism. [citation needed]Anarchy, reunification or pan-nationalism are sometimes used to justify and legitimize expansionism, but only when the explicit goal is to reconquer territories.

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expansionism (ĭk-spăn′shə-nĭz′əm) n. A nation's practice or policy of territorial or economic expansion. expan′sionist adj. & n. expan′sionis′tic adj. expansionism (ɪkˈspænʃəˌnɪzəm) n (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the doctrine or practice of expanding the economy or territory of a country exˈpansionist n, adj.

Expansionism largely refers to the doctrine of a state expanding its territorial base or economic influence.

This occurs usually, though not necessarily, by means of military aggression. Expansionism is a growing trend in both rising and declining global powers like China and Russia. Expansionism refers to policies implemented by governments and states that involve territorial.

Expansionism definition, a policy of expansion, as of territory or currency: the colonial expansionism of Europe in the 19th century. See more. Start studying Chapter 10 Expansionism and World War I.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Expansionism definition: If you refer to a country's expansionism, you disapprove of its policy of increasing its | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

A Brief Comparison of Expansionism and Imperialism. Both expansionism and imperialism are interlinked and project ulterior motives of a dominant nation.

Historyplex provides an interesting analysis of expansionism vs. imperialism. Expansionism definition is - a policy or practice of expansion and especially of territorial expansion by a nation.

Learn expansionism imperialism expansionism with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of expansionism imperialism expansionism flashcards on Quizlet. expansionism meaning: 1. increasing the amount of land ruled by a country, or the business performed by a company: 2.

Learn more. Certainly not. * Expansionism is pretty much hardwired into the Russian cultural code (if you doubt it, just look at the world map), but it looks like we have reached the natural boundaries and need to take a rest.

Putin considered taking Novoross. specific examples: (Wilson=opposite from Roosevelt and McKinley). Many people still didn’t want to enter into war because America had prided itself in isolationism for decades, and now Wilson was getting America into war. Expansionism from the late nineteenth-century to the early twentieth-century has been somewhat of a continuation of past United States practices and somewhat of a departure.

Americans viewed expansionism in many different ways. Some found it to be a. Synonyms for expansionism at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions.

Find descriptive alternatives for expansionism. Define expansionism. expansionism synonyms, expansionism pronunciation, expansionism translation, English dictionary definition of expansionism. A nation's practice or policy of territorial or economic expansion.

expan′sionist adj. During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the United States pursued an aggressive policy of expansionism, extending its political and economic influence around the globe. The United States had always been an expansionist nation. Throughout the 19th century and the twentieth century.The United States of America was created on July 4,with the Declaration of Independence of thirteen British colonies.

In the Lee Resolution of July 2,the colonies resolved that they were free and independent states. Their independence was recognized by Great Britain in the Treaty of Paris ofwhich concluded the American Revolutionary War.In US Expansionism, David Healy examines this brief but important chapter in American history.

A final section of the book examines the anti-imperialist opposition inspired by the new policy, and the ensuing debates about the proper role of American power. “Healy succeeds admirably.