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TURN of the CENTURY DIPLOMACY
TURN of the CENTURY DIPLOMACY

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The money the stick the morality Uncle Sam getting a new outfit made at the McKinley and Company National Tailors with President McKinley taking the measurements Carl Schurz Joseph Pulitzer and Oswald ID: 569781 Download Presentation

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TURN of the CENTURY DIPLOMACY

The money, the stick, the moralitySlide2

Uncle Sam getting a new outfit made at the "McKinley and Company National Tailors" with President McKinley taking the measurements. Carl Schurz, Joseph Pulitzer, and Oswald

Ottendorfer

stand inside the entrance to the shop and Schurz is offering Uncle Sam a spoonful of "Anti-Expansion Policy" medicine, a bottle of which each is

carrying. (

more

)Slide3

W

ILLIAM

H

OWARD

TAFTdollar diplomacy

It

is therefore essential that the countries within

[Latin America] shall be removed from the jeopardy involved by heavy foreign debt and chaotic national finances and from the ever present danger of international complications due to disorder at home. Hence, the United States has been glad to encourage and support American bankers who were willing to lend a helping hand to the financial rehabilitation of such countries because this financial rehabilitation and the protection of their customhouses from being the prey of would-be dictators would remove at one stroke the menace of foreign creditors and the menace of revolutionary disorder.”

The

position of the United States in the moral, intellectual, and material relations of the family of nations should be a matter of vital interest to every patriotic citizen. The national prosperity and power impose upon us duties which we cannot shirk if we are to be true to our ideals. The tremendous growth of the export trade of the United States has already made that trade a very real factor in the industrial and commercial prosperity of the country. With the development of our industries, the foreign commerce of the United States must rapidly become a still more essential factor in its economic welfare

. …Slide4

W

ILLIAM

McKINLEY

diplomacy

Cuba

Philippines

Boxer RebellionSlide5
Slide6

USS Maine

William McKinley, 1899

"I

have been criticized a good deal about the Philippines, but I don't deserve it. . . . [because] there was nothing left for us to do but to take them all, and to educate the Filipinos, and uplift and civilize and Christianize them. . . ." 

Take up the White Man's

burden-

Send forth the best ye

breed-

Go bind your sons to exile

To serve your captives' need;

To wait in heavy harness, 

On fluttered folk and

wild-

Your new-caught, sullen peoples, 

Half-devil and half-child

.

Rudyard Kipling

The White Man’s Burden

, 1899Slide7

T

HEODORE

ROOSEVELT

big stick diplomacySlide8

The

World’s

Policeman

President Theodore Roosevelt , his first annual message to Congress:

Whether we desire it or not, we must henceforth recognize that we have international duties no less than international rights…. More and more, the increasing interdependence and complexity of international relations render it incumbent... to insist on the proper policing of the world.”

Aggressive

RighteousProudMilitaristicSlide9

Personality

:

great wonder of nature

Appetite of four people

radioactive Electric bombshell

“steam engine in trousers” a solar conflagration that cast no shadow, only radiance Sweet Sincerely powerful

magneticAccomplishments:

Magna cum laude from Harvard author of 4-volume history of the West History of naval war of 1812 Wrote biographies and 14 other volumes of history wrote countless articles and 75,000 letters read 1-3 books each day recite poetry in three languages

married twice, father to six children

boxing championship finalist

socialite, cowboy, deputy sheriff, police commissioner , assistant Secretary of the Navy, colonel of the Rough Riders, Governor of New York, Vice President and POTUS, founding member of National Institute of Arts and Letters, fellow of the American

Hitorical

Society

ornithologist, paleontologist, taxidermist, world authority on big-game mammalsSlide10

Panama Canal

Corollary

to the Monroe Doctrine

Great White Fleet:

good will tour

demonstrate naval power

give crew at-sea experience

Russo-Japanese Warmediated in 1905Nobel Prize for Peace in 1906Slide11
Slide12

W

OODROW

W

ILSON

moral diplomacy

Latin America14 PointsVersailles Treaty