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Review Main Idea/Reading Focus Power Struggles in Mexico Faces of History: Emiliano Zapata Growing U.S. Impact Map: United States Intervention in the Caribbean Visual Study Guide/Quick Facts Video: The Impact of Imperialism in Latin America

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Imperialism in Latin America Main Idea Imperialism in Latin America included the United States and European countries looking to reinforce their political and monetary impact over the district. Perusing Focus How did different gatherings battle for force in Mexico before and amid the Mexican Revolution? How did developing U.S. impact in Latin America change the area?

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Early Conflicts Santa Ana\'s Rule Ju á rez\'s Reforms In the 30 years after autonomy, Antonio L ó pez de Santa Ana overwhelmed Mexican legislative issues Popular for military triumphs Served as president five times Began profession as liberal reformer As force expanded, got to be traditionalist Exiled a few times; returned when foes crushed 1855, toppled by gathering of reformers, banished, stayed away forever Leader of reformers, Benito Ju á rez, decreased force of Catholic Church, military Conservatives offended; common war emitted Ju á rez, liberal partners triumphed Power Struggles in Mexico won freedom from Spain in 1821 and turned into a republic in 1823, however political groups battled for control of the legislature. Clashes brought about savagery well into the following century.

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Republic Restored The Second Mexican Empire Maximilian wound up distancing both preservationists, liberals French pulled back troops; Maximilian did not have enough backing to stay in influence; surrendered; executed Mexican Republic reestablished; Ju á rez reelected president, got to be one of Mexico\'s most prominent national saints Conservatives discovered partner in Europe French ruler Napoleon III needed to reestablish French realm in Americas 1861, sent French troops into Mexico, toppled government, introduced Austrian archduke Maximilian as sovereign of Mexico Power Struggles in Mexico

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The Mexican Revolution D í az\'s Rule Porfirio D í az came to influence after Juarez\'s demise Ruled with iron clench hand; kept up lawfulness in Mexico Imprisoned adversaries; utilized armed force to keep peace at any cost Modernization D í az modernized Mexico by empowering outside venture Exports blasted; railways extended rapidly; yet most stayed poor Wealth moved in hands of remote speculators, Mexican first class The Mexican Revolution D í az controlled result of 1910 decision; imprisoned adversary, Francisco Madero liberated from prison; fled to Texas Declared himself president; called for insurgency against D í az government

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Madero came back to Mexico, discovered disobedience spreading. Two men accumulated backing from most reduced classes, started assaulting government strengths Francisco "Pancho" Villa drove band of revolutionaries supporting Madero\'s thoughts; disfavored Diaz\'s administration by catching city of Juarez, 1911 Emiliano Zapata drove gathering of indigenous laborers, called for area changes Díaz soon compelled to leave Villa and Zapata

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More Violence Madero chose president soon thereafter; turmoil proceeded Within months, armed force boss Victoriano Huerta seized power, detained Madero Former Madero supporters contradicted Huerta United States Involvement Pancho Villa\'s armed force of little farmers and cattle rustlers in the north and Zapata\'s worker armed force in the south rebelled against Huerta. 1914, United States mediated, sent Marines to involve Veracruz Brought Mexico, U.S. near war Huerta attempted to stay in force, yet surrendered and fled to Spain

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Carranza Opposed Carranza Reforms End of 1915, Venustiano Carranza had vanquished rivals Villa kept on driving assaults against Carranza government U.S. supported Carranza; Villa countered, propelled assault crosswise over U.S. fringe U.S. powers sought after Villa back crosswise over fringe, yet not able to catch him 1920, Villa at long last consented to end assaults, Carranza started country assembling New constitution permitted the administration to redistribute land, restricted force of chapel, secured subjects\' rights Mexico still battled with across the board destitution Carranza as President Venustiano Carranza pronounced himself president. Zapata and Villa denied support and the country was dove into another common war.

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Sequence What were the significant occasions of the Mexican Revolution? Answer(s): President Porfirio Diaz imprisoned his rival, Francisco Madero; Madero required an unrest; Francisco "Pancho" Villa drove a band of agitators who caught city of Juárez; Emiliano Zapata called for area changes; Diaz surrendered

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Uprising in Cuba Cuban Nationalists Island of Cuba one of Spain\'s provinces in the Americas 1860s, Cuban patriots started battling for freedom Spain banished pioneers of patriot rebellions One ousted pioneer, Jos é Mart í , proceeded with battle for autonomy from New York City Poet, writer, Mart í asked Cubans to proceed with battle Founded Cuban Revolutionary Party; came back to Cuba, 1895 Growing U.S. Impact The United States had turned into a developing financial power in Latin America by the late 1800s. Financial force and political force became together, and the United States applied its impact and control from multiple points of view. Store í was slaughtered in an uprising against the Spanish. A large number of Cubans were constrained into Spanish-controlled camps where numerous passed on.

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The Spanish-American War Sympathy for Rebels Many individuals in U.S. felt sensitivity for Cuban dissidents Viewed Cuban battle for opportunity as like American Revolution American daily papers asked United States to enter War Begins February 1898, U.S. war vessel Maine detonated in Havana\'s harbor Many American\'s quickly accepted Spain was at fault Congress announced war; Spanish-American War started Short War awful for Spain Spanish armed force vanquished in Cuba, naval force armadas annihilated in Philippines, Cuba U.S. won war inside three months

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Treaty finishing Spanish-American War United States got Puerto Rico, Guam Agreed to buy Philippines for twenty million dollars Spain consented to surrender Cuba, however U.S. did not need Cuba to have full freedom U.S. made Cuba a protectorate by driving it to incorporate Platt Amendment as a feature of new constitution Platt Amendment permitted U.S. to intercede in Cuba, favor remote bargains, lease land at Guant á namo Bay for maritime base Peace Treaty

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Revolt in the Philippines Status in Philippines Nationalists in the Philippines, another Spanish province, trusted Spanish-American war would bring them autonomy Instead got to be U.S. province Betrayal and Revolt Rebel pioneer Emilio Aguinaldo , who collaborated with U.S. strengths against Spanish, felt sold out Rebels rebelled against U.S. No Independence Three years of battling More than 200,000 Filipinos kicked the bucket from battle, ailment Did not win freedom Ruling Philippines Until 1935, U.S. ruled Philippines through senator delegated by U.S. president 1946, Philippines conceded full autonomy

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Panama Canal Zone Building the Canal U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt sent warships to bolster uprising against Colombia Panama pronounced free, marked settlement giving area to assemble trench; got to be Panama Canal Zone, led straightforwardly by U.S. 1904-1914, Panama Canal fabricated Major restorative advances required to control impacts of yellow fever, jungle fever on trench laborers Shortened ocean voyage from San Francisco to New York City by around 8,000 miles The Panama Canal U.S. picked up control over more region with working of Panama Canal 1880s, French organization had attempted unsuccessfully to manufacture waterway crosswise over Isthmus of Panama, then piece of Colombia 1903, U.S. purchased French property, hardware Colombia declined to permit U.S. to fabricate trench

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A Warning to Europeans Monroe Doctrine 1823, Monroe Doctrine proclaimed Americas forbidden to European government, with the exception of settlements that as of now existed Seen as inactive danger by U.S. until end of Spanish-American War Considerable Financial Interests Late 1800s, Europe and U.S. had impressive money related premiums in Latin America; numerous countries there were profoundly obligated to outside loan bosses 1904, European banks undermined power to gather in Dominican Republic Roosevelt Corollary To secure U.S. interests, look after solidness, Roosevelt reported the Roosevelt Corollary to Monroe Doctrine The U.S. promised to utilize military may to keep Europeans out of the Americas

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Increasing U.S. Power United States sent troops to a few countries in mid 1900s U.S. powers entered Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Cuba to reestablish common request United States took control of funds in those nations Claimed need to avert money related disarray Reality: U.S. utilized Roosevelt Corollary to wind up significantly more required in political issues of Latin American nations

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Find the Main Idea How did the United States pick up control over more domain in the late 1800s and mid 1900s? Answer(s): picked up Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines after the Spanish-American War; managed the Panama Canal Zone subsequent to supporting an uprising against Colombia; added the Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine; sent troops to Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Cuba

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Video The Impact of Imperialism Click above to play the video.

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