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11 Spanish-American War

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I. The Newspaper Wars. A. The Yellow Kid. B. Yellow Journalism.

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II. The Cuban Revolution. A. General Weyler.

General Weyler

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B. The U.S.S. Maine.

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III. The Spanish-American War, 1898. A. Buffalo Soldiers.

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B. Rough Riders.

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C. The Philippines & Cuba.

CubaThe Philippines

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IV. Debate. A. Imperialists. 1. natives unable to rule themselves.

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2. valuable resources and new markets.

The American-owned Havana Central Railroad

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B. Anti-Imperialists. 1. un-American. 2. burden.

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Conclusion: Americans hyped themselves into war with Spain; as a result, the U.S. became an imperialist power.

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THE END

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Note Summary with example x 3

William Randolph Hearst, newspaper wars, the Yellow Kid, yellow journalism, Cuban revolution,General Weyler, U.S.S. Maine, The Spanish American War, Buffalo Soldiers, Rough Riders, Teddy Roosevelt, The Philippines,imperialists, anti-imperialists.

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Quiz 11

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1. What was a popular slogan during the time of the Spanish-American War?

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2. What was the nickname given to black soldiers who fought out West during the Indian Wars?

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3. What is the nickname given to the soldiers organized and led by Theodore Roosevelt?

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4. Americans were fighting in order to spread ______.

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5. What was the most popular medium for news and entertainment in the late 1800s?

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6. Choose the best description of Yellow Journalism:

*sensationalistic*balanced*level-headed*un-biased

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7. Before the Cuban Revolution, what European nation controlled Cuba?

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8. Who was the publisher of the New York Journal Newspaper?

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9. What is the name of the ship the exploded in Havana Harbor (Cuba) and sparked the Spanish-American War?

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10. Who was president during the Spanish-American War?

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11. In what year did the Spanish-American War take place?

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12. What was the nickname given to these soldiers?

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13. What is one of the reasons anti-imperialists gave for not wanting to take control of Cuba and the Philippines?

A. new markets can be createdB. the land contains natural resourcesC. contradicts Enlightenment ideasD. the natives are not ready to rule

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14. In what way did the U.S. continue to influence the course of Cuban politics for many years to come? *slavery*colonization*military force*business investments

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15. What is this country?

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16. What is this country?

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17. Who is this?

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18. Who is this?

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19. This headline is an example of ___

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20. What is the name of this ship?

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1. What was a popular slogan during the time of the Spanish-American War?

Remember the Maine

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2. What was the nickname given to black soldiers who fought out West during the Indian Wars?

Buffalo Soldiers

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3. What is the nickname given to the soldiers organized and led by Theodore Roosevelt?

Rough Riders

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4. Americans were fighting in order to spread

democracy

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5. What was the most popular medium for news and entertainment in the late 1800s? newspapers

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6. Choose the best description of Yellow Journalism:

*sensationalistic*balanced*level-headed*un-biased

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7. Before the Cuban Revolution, what European nation controlled Cuba?

Spain

The PhilippinesCuba

Spain

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8. Who was the publisher of the New York Journal Newspaper?

William Randolph Hearst

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9. What is the name of the ship the exploded in Havana Harbor (Cuba) and sparked the Spanish-American War?

U.S.S. Maine

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10. Who was president during the Spanish-American War?

William McKinley

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11. In what year did the Spanish-American War take place?

1898

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12. What was the nickname given to these soldiers?

Buffalo Soldiers

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13. What is one of the reasons anti-imperialists gave for not wanting to take control of Cuba and the Philippines?

A. new markets can be createdB. the land contains natural resourcesC. contradicts Enlightenment ideasD. the natives are not ready to rule

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14. In what way did the U.S. continue to influence the course of Cuban politics for many years to come? *slavery*colonization*military force*business investments

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15. What is this country?

Cuba

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16. What is this country?

The Philippines

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17. Who is this?

Teddy Roosevelt

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18. Who is this?

The Yellow Kid

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19. This headline is an example of ___

Yellow Journalism

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20. What is the name of this ship?

U.S.S. Maine

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