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Roosevelt Corollary

America’s intervention in foreign affairs became prevalent. This intervention was justified by the Roosevelt Corollary, which stated that “the United States had the right to exercise ‘an international police power’ in the Western Hemisphere.” Foner makes a clear interpretation of … Continue reading

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They see us rollin’, they hatin’, they tryin’ to catch us Rough Ridin’…

The “Rough Riders” were the most famous of all the units fighting in Cuba. Theodore Roosevelt actually resigned his position as Assistant Secretary of the Navy to join and help create this volunteer cavalry. He ended up leading the cavalry. He … Continue reading

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