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The European model of was based on the acquisition and exploitation of colonial possessions. 

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Part of the American impulse toward imperialism was the desire to halt the spread of communism.

   
 
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Which group did not promote imperialism?

 
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Alfred Thayer Mahan felt that the United States

 
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One reason for widespread support of a larger navy was its use to expand American trade.

   
 
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A primary goal of the American government’s imperialistic policies was

 
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Economic conditions that fueled support for foreign trade included

 
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The American commodore who had forced Japan to open her ports to America in the 1850’s was

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