What was William Sumner's position concerning the annexation of the Philippines in "What the Social Classes Owe to Each Other"?

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Question 1Â (2 points)
 
What was William Sumner’s position concerning the annexation of the Philippines in “What the Social Classes Owe to Each Other”?
Question 1 options:

1) he supported the annexation
2) he was against the annexation
3) believed the Philippines should be divided among England, France and Germany
4) believed the Filippinos would welcome American annexation

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Question 2Â (2 points)
 
Who considered themselves the most zealous and self-sacrificing Christians divinely ordained to spread the true religion and civilization over the globe, in Sumner’s essay?
Question 2 options:

1) United States
2) France
3) England
4) Spain
5) none of the above

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Question 3Â (2 points)
 
What cause(s) did the author cite in “The Reasons for War” as the primary reasons for the United States declaring war on Spain?
Question 3 options:

1) the destruction of the battleship Maine in the harbor of Havana
2) the fate of sailors on the ship, Virginius, in 1873
3) General ValerianoWeyler’s method of extermination of the Cuban people
4) a and b
5) a, b, and c

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Question 4Â (2 points)
 
In “The Reasons for War” what methods did the United States government and/or citizens try to solve the problems in Spanish Cuba?
Question 4 options:

1) diplomatic negotiations
2) filibustering
3) propositions to buy the island
4) all the above
5) none of the above

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Question 5Â (2 points)
 
What did the author of “The Reasons for War” state as the purpose of our war with Spain?
Question 5 options:

1) a war of conquest
2) to remove Spain’s “cruel and inefficient piece of medievalism”
3) to install Anglo-Saxon institutions and methods
4) all of the above

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Question 6Â (2 points)
 
In Mark Twain’s “Incident in the Philippines”, what order did General Wood give to his troops?
Question 6 options:

1) “Take no prisoners.”
2) “Wait till you see the whites in their eyes.”
3) “Kill or capture those savages.”
4) none of the above

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Question 7Â (2 points)
 
In Twain’s “Incident in the Philippines” essay how many Moros did he say were killed?
Question 7 options:

1) 300
2) 15
3) 600
4) 550

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Question 8Â (2 points)
 
As noted in “United States Imperialism in Nicaragua”, this treaty marked the end of U.S.-British rivalry over Nicaragua and the beginning of U.S. dominance.
Question 8 options:

1) Clayton-Bulwer Treaty
2) Bryan-Chamorro Treaty
3) Thomson-Urritia Treaty
4) Guadalupe-Hildago Treaty

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Question 9Â (2 points)
 
In “United States Imperialism in Nicaragua”, this treaty became a symbol of U.S. exploitation of Nicaragua
Question 9 options:

1) Clayton-Bulwer Treaty
2) Bryan-Chamorro Treaty
3) Thomson-Urritia Treaty
4) Guadalupe-Hildago Treaty

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Question 10Â (2 points)
 
In “United States Imperialism in Nicaragua”, what rebel general would have his name associated with revolutionaries trying to overthrow the government and change Nicaraguan society in the 1970s-1980s?
Question 10 options:

1) Emiliano Chamorro
2) Jose Santos Zelaya
3) Augusto Cesar Sandino
4) Agustin de Iturbide

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Question 11Â (1 point)
 
America rushed into the war with Spain because it was the only effective means of restoring civilization in Cuba. (The Reasons for War)
Question 11 options:

1) True
2) False

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Question 12Â (1 point)
 
General Wood was not present at the battle against the Moros. (Incident in the Philippines)
Question 12 options:

1) True
2) False

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Question 13Â (1 point)
 
Advocates of American imperialism tied expansion overseas to the mission of civilizing other peoples. (What the Social Classes Owe to Each Other)
Question 13 options:

1) True
2) False

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Question 14Â (1 point)
 
Industrialist Cornelius Vanderbilt helped to create the Accessory Transit Company to transport U.S. citizens across Nicaragua. (United States Imperialism in Nicaragua)
Question 14 options:

1) True
2) False

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Question 15Â (1 point)
 
The administration of President William McKinley selected a route through Panama instead of Nicaragua. (United States Imperialism in Nicaragua)
Question 15 options:

1) True
2) False

 

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