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PinkMonkey Study Guide - American History

7.10 Points to Remember

The Post-civil war period saw a radical shift in the nation’s foreign policy. A hitherto ’Isolationist’ policy now changed to a more active role in World Politics. The turning point in this context was the Spanish-American war which brought several Spanish possessions under the control of the U.S.




 

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Table of Contents

7.0 - Chronology of Major Events
7.1 - The Growth Of Industry
7.2 - Agriculture
7.3 - Settlement In The West And The Indians
7.4 - Rise Of Reform Movements
7.5 - Women's Rights Movement
7.6 - Rise Of The Labour Movement
7.7 - America Becomes A World Power
7.8 - The Spanish-American War
7.9 - Panama Canal
7.10 - Points To Remember

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