1. President Theodore Roosevelt’s policies toward Latin America were
evidence of his belief in
1. noninvolvement in world affairs.
2. intervention when American business interests were threatened.
3. the sovereign rights of all nations.
4. the need for European interference in the Western Hemisphere.
2. Which statement reflects a foreign policy view held by both James
Monroe and Theodore Roosevelt?
1. Revolutionary movements in western Europe must be opposed.
2. Close economic ties with Japan must be maintained.
3. Noninvolvement in world affairs is the wisest course for the United
4. U.S. influence in Latin America must be accepted.
3. A primary objective of President Theodore
Roosevelt was to
1. promote industrial expansion abroad.
2. support the rights of African Americans in the segregated South.
3. reform the schools of the nation.
4. awaken public interest in conservation effort.
4. Domestic legislation under President Theodore Roosevelt’s Square
Deal was similar to domestic legislation under President Franklin D.
Roosevelt's New Deal in that both
1. attempted to apply laissez-faire theories to the United States economy.
2. were based on the belief that the Federal Government has some
responsibility for the general welfare of the people.
3. stressed the responsibility of individuals for their own economic
4. advocated government ownership of industry.
"1 have always been fond
of the ... proverb: 'Speak softly and carry a big stick;
will go far." -Theodore Roosevelt
This philosophy was used by
President Roosevelt primarily to
1 deal with problems of racial
2 conduct his foreign policy
3 expand the western frontier
4 win the Spanish-American War