imperialism. . The European nations had been gobbling up colonies all during the 1800's, now America wanted a slice of the world pie. . There were several influences pointing toward imperialism… . Yellow journalism.
Which version of America would you rather live in?. Then. Many fondly remember the 1950s and the 1960s as the "golden age" of America (especially if you were a white male). . U.S. emerged from World War II as the wealthiest and most powerful nation on the planet.
Mexico. Central America. Caribbean Islands. South America. Why do we call it . Latin. America?. We call it LATIN America because most of the European countries that colonized this region spoke Spanish or Portuguese. Both of these languages are derived (or come from) the ancient Latin language. Thus we call this region Latin America..
Seeing Red. Seeing Red. Fear of . Russia. ran high even after the Bolshevik revolution of 1917, which spawned a communist party in America.. The ". red scare. " of 1919-1920 resulted in a nationwide crusade against those whose Americanism was suspect. Attorney General .
America Commits its Navy. Shipping Convoys. America Profited from the War. Americans Were Not Ready to Join the War. The Zimmermann Note. The U.S. Congress Declares War. U.S. Army Expansion Act. The Spring Offensive.
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MAKING IN AMERICA U
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