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Color Palette By: Piahr 
INTENSIVE REVIEW VERSION
“ISOLATIONISM” 
No Entangling Alliances!
Map Credit: Golbez
Mission 
Accomplished!
No more land in North America 
Photo Credit: jjjj56cp
So bored… 
What now???
We could 
totally do this! 
The British Empire (c. 1921)
ISOLATIONISM vs. INTERVENTIONISM 
19th CENTURY 
(1800s) 
ISOLATIONISM 
(Neutrality) 
AVOID conflicts with 
other nations w...
Expansion of MARKETS 
Photo by Thomas Hawk
Crop Prices Stabilize
BEFORE U.S. Imperialism
AFTER U.S. Imperialism
Spread 
Christianity 
& Western 
Civilization 
Photo by 
an untrained eye
Take up the white man's burden- 
Send forth the best ye breed- 
Go bind your sons to exile 
To serve your captives need 
T...
Naval Bases
Mahan, The Influence of Sea 
Power Upon History (1890) 
Thesis: 
Great nations must 
have great navies 
Rear Admiral 
Alfr...
Aloha! 
Photo Credit: Kaptain Kobold
1898 
Pearl Harbor (Naval Base) 
Re-fueling station for 
American ships
America 
projects its 
POWER 
Photo by CelebMuscle
The fruits of foreign 
intervention 
The U.S. involvement in Latin 
America and the Pacific was resented 
in the Philippin...
LEARNING. DELIVERED.
Motivations for American Imperialism (USHC 5.1)
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  1. 1. Color Palette By: Piahr INTENSIVE REVIEW VERSION
  2. 2. “ISOLATIONISM” No Entangling Alliances!
  3. 3. Map Credit: Golbez
  4. 4. Mission Accomplished!
  5. 5. No more land in North America Photo Credit: jjjj56cp
  6. 6. So bored… What now???
  7. 7. We could totally do this! The British Empire (c. 1921)
  8. 8. ISOLATIONISM vs. INTERVENTIONISM 19th CENTURY (1800s) ISOLATIONISM (Neutrality) AVOID conflicts with other nations whenever possible 20th CENTURY (1900s) INTERVENTION ENGAGE other nations in order to promote the national interest of the United States
  9. 9. Expansion of MARKETS Photo by Thomas Hawk
  10. 10. Crop Prices Stabilize
  11. 11. BEFORE U.S. Imperialism
  12. 12. AFTER U.S. Imperialism
  13. 13. Spread Christianity & Western Civilization Photo by an untrained eye
  14. 14. 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- You new-caught sullen peoples, Half devil and half child. -- Rudyard Kipling, "The White Man's Burden"
  15. 15. Naval Bases
  16. 16. Mahan, The Influence of Sea Power Upon History (1890) Thesis: Great nations must have great navies Rear Admiral Alfred Thayer Mahan
  17. 17. Aloha! Photo Credit: Kaptain Kobold
  18. 18. 1898 Pearl Harbor (Naval Base) Re-fueling station for American ships
  19. 19. America projects its POWER Photo by CelebMuscle
  20. 20. The fruits of foreign intervention The U.S. involvement in Latin America and the Pacific was resented in the Philippines and Cuba, whose people had sought independence.
  21. 21. LEARNING. DELIVERED.
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