The profit system already started looking overseas for expansion.
Once again, American isolationist sentiment pressured the U.S.
Another example of fairness during this time is the Nineteenth Amendment being passed, also in President Wilson's term, allowing women the same rights as men to vote.
Results of the Spanish-American WarThis was not a long lived war.
Reasons for the Spanish-American War
During the Cuban War of Independence, America was intervening in the take down of the Spanish rule in Cuba.
The Reasons For American Expansionism At The Turn Of …
Thus, in response to the dangerous workplaces in the major cities, the AFL, the American Federation of Labor, was one of the first organized labor unions.
American Expansion | Alternative History | FANDOM …
The main countries involved in the imperialism were such major European countries as France, Great Britain, Germany, Russia, Italy and, in addition to that, the developing United States of America....
American Imperialism began in the 1890s ..
"The year 1816 found America on the cusp of political, social,cultural, and economic modernity. Celebrating its fortieth year of independence, the country's sense of self was maturing. Americans, who had emerged from the War of 1812 with their political systemsintact, embraced new opportunities. For the first time, citizens viewed themselves not as members of a loose coalition of states but as part of a larger union. This optimism was colored, however, by bizarre weather. Periods of extreme cold and severe drought swept the northern states and the upper south throughout 1816, which was sometimes referred to as "The Year Without a Summer." Faced with thirty-degree summer temperatures, many farmers migrated west in search of better weather and more fertile farmlands. In 1816, historian C. Edward Skeen illuminates this unique year of national transition. Politically, the "era of good feelings" allowed Congress to devise programs that fostered prosperity. Social reform movements flourished. This election year found the Federalist party in its death throes, seeking cooperation with the nationalistic forces of the Republican party. Movement west, maturation of political parties, and increasingly contentious debates over such issues as slavery characterized this pivotal year. 1816 marked a watershed in American history. This provocative new book vividly highlights the stresses that threatened to pull the nation apart and the bonds that ultimately held it together.