Essay heading: Expansionism DBQ

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Roosevelt, the "Rough Rider", gave the people of the United States the drive and desire to expand?through his piercing, shrill voice, and his emotional energetic speeches?as well as his actions?his need to "see dirt fly" when speaking about the Panama Canal (another U.S. expansion project). The United States has progressed steadily in all of its departures from previous expansionism?as Nast states in Document A, the United States was almost nowhere to be found during the game of "World Plundering", but after a strong navy was created, the U...
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Roosevelt, the "Rough Rider", gave the people of the United States the drive and desire to expand?through his piercing, shrill voice, and his emotional energetic speeches?as well as his actions?his need to "see dirt fly" when speaking about the Panama Canal (another U.S. expansion project). The United States has progressed steadily in all of its departures from previous expansionism?as Nast states in Document A, the United States was almost nowhere to be found during the game of "World Plundering", but after a strong navy was created, the U...
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