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What was one economic effect of the Spanish-American War?
Shipbuilding industries in the United States declined.
New free and fair trade treaties were established between the United States and developing countries
The United States gained direct access to additional natural resources and overseas markets.
Demand for coal and petroleum as energy sources declined.
In the late 1800's, Sanford B. Dole contributed to the expansion of the United States by advocating the annexation of--
the Panama Canal Zone
Which numbered territory did the United States gain by winning the Spanish-American War?
Mahan's books influenced U.S. efforts to become a world power mainly by--
advocating overseas expansion
emphasizing the need for protectionist tariffs
demonstrating the political risks of foreign trade
arguing against forming overseas alliances
What was the main effect of the changes shown in this graph on the western United States?
immigration from Europe to Western U.S. cities increased rapidly.
Western U.S. businesses traded more efficiently with the East Coast and Europe.
Asian business bypassed the West Coast to trade directly with the East Coast.
Western States recruited guest workers from the Caribbean and South America.