1. A characteristic of U.S. foreign policy from 1900 to 1915 was

1. failure to acquire foreign possessions.
2. involvement in European wars.
3. frequent military interventions in Latin America.
4. reluctance to risk business ventures in Asia.

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2.The main reason the United States developed the Open Door policy  was to

1. allow the United States to expand its trade with China.
2. demonstrate the positive features of democracy to Chinese
leaders.
3. aid the Chinese Nationalists in their struggle with the Chinese
Communists.
4. encourage Chinese workers to come to the United States.

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3. One goal of the Open Door Policy was to

1. expand U.S. trade with China.
2. show Chinese leaders the positive features of democracy.
3. put down the Boxer Rebellion.
4. encourage Chinese workers to come to the United States.

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4 A major reason that Secretary of State John Hay announced the Open Door policy in 1899 was to

(1) secure important military bases in Europe
(2) encourage more immigration from Europe
(3) increase United States access to trade in Asia
(4) claim new colonial territories in Africa

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5 An important goal of United States foreign policy in the 1920s was to

(1) make the League of Nations successful
(2) build a large colonial empire
(3) end the policy of Dollar Diplomacy in Latin America
(4) avoid involvement in foreign conflicts

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