Why did great britain finally send an ambassador to the united states in 1791? a) great britain forgave the colonies for their rebellion. b) the u. s. threatened special trade restrictions on british ships. c) great britain did not want the u. s. to become allies with france. d) the u. s. would seek a closer alliance with spain if great britain did not send an ambassador.
25. (A) The islands were useful ports for merchant and war ships.
26. (D) Pressure from sugar growers.
27. (D) Latin America
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C. When it decides that a country should be punished for its trade
The United States government will most likely to impose a retaliatory tariff on another country when it decides that a country should be punished for its trade.
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His mission was to complete an agreement with the Japanese Government for the protection of shipwrecked or stranded Americans and to open one or more ports for supplies and refueling. ... As a result, Perry's treaty provided an opening that would allow future American contact and trade with Japan.
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The correct answer of question 23 is B. The United States sent a fleet of modern naval warships that intimidated the japanese.
The United States sent a fleet of 4 ships of modern technology for the time (Mississippi, Plymouth, Saratoga, and Susquehanna), which arrived in 1853 at the Port of Uraga, Japan, under the command of the American Commodore Matthew Perry.
In particular, the Japanese were amazed by the technology incorporated the steamers and this pressed for Japan to sign a treaty that would allow Americans to trade with Japanese. Then followed a series of treaties that expanded diplomatic and trade relations between the two countries.
The correct answer of question 25 is A. The islands were useful ports for merchant and war ships.
Before the Industrial Revolution the European Powers colonized islands of the Pacific Ocean to establish strategic ports there as a base of operations for their merchant and military fleets.
From the middle of the 19th century on the one hand, coal storage bases and telegraph anchoring points were incorporated, and on the other hand, large whaling ships and slave recruiting merchants began to appear in the area massively for work on the plantations.
The correct answer of question 26 is D. Pressure from sugar growers.
The United States had been sending many missionary families to the Hawaiian Islands since 1838. They established schools, modern medical care and developed the first plantations of pineapple and sugarcane.
At the end of the century the descendants of these families controlled large sugarcane plantations and sent it to the United States. In 1898 the United States annexed the State of Hawaii to be able to buy sugar without customs duties.
The correct answer of question 27 is D. Latin America.
The Monroe Doctrine, synthesized in the phrase "America for the Americans," was presented by President James Monroe during his sixth speech to Congress on the State of the Union in 1823.
The same established that before any attack that a European power supplied on countries of the American continent the United States would support the Latin American countries attacked, marking in this way a clear position against the European colonization.
The United States established the Monroe Doctrine because it was concerned that Europeans would regain colonies in Latin America and hurt trade.
The Monroe Doctrine reaffirmed the position of the United States against European colonialism, inspired by the isolationist policy of George Washington, and that developed the thought of Thomas Jefferson, according to which "America has a Hemisphere for itself", which could mean both the American continent and its own country.
The United States government, then a newly independent country that had achieved independence only 40 years from then, feared that the victorious European powers emerging from the Congress of Vienna (1814-1815) would revive their colonial empires in the Americas. As the revolutionary Napoleonic wars (1803-1815) ended, Prussia, Austria and Russia formed the Holy Alliance to defend monarchism. In particular, the Holy Alliance authorized military incursions to reestablish the dominion of the Bourbons over Spain, as well as under their colonies, which were at the time establishing their independence.
At the time, the Monroe Doctrine represented a serious warning not only to the Holy Alliance, but also to Great Britain itself, although its immediate effect, in terms of defending the new American states was purely moral, given that the economic interests and the political and military capacity of the United States at the time did not surpass the Caribbean region. It is very important to note that the United States at this time was still far from being considered even a regional power. In any case, the formulation of the Doctrine helped Great Britain to thwart the European plans of recolonization of America and allowed the United States to continue expanding its borders to the west.
A) The states were arguing, and for Congress to attain power and the respect of other nations, they had to learn to compromise.