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Imperialism (1885-1920) 240. Pan-Americanism: James G. Blaine sought to open up Latin American markets to the U.S.; rejected by Latin America due to fear of U.S. dominance and satisfaction with European market 241. Yellow journalism (Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst)?? aimed to excite American imperialist interests; media bias, subjective representation of events 242. Jingoism: belligerent nationalism against other threatening nations 243. Secretary of State John Hay: ex-Lincoln secretary; worked to gain Open Door Notes? acceptance from the major powers 244. Open Door Policy: sought to eliminate spheres of influence and avoid European monopolies in China; unaccepted by the powers in mind

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