DHP H200: The Foreign Relations of the United States to 1917
The history of American foreign relations from the Revolution to the First World War. The transformation of the former colony into a "world power," noting the internal dynamics of this remarkable development, as well as its external causes. The evolution of major U.S. foreign policies—non-entanglement, the Monroe Doctrine, the Open Door, and Dollar Diplomacy—and the relationships of these policies to westward expansion, post-Civil War reconstruction, and industrialization and urbanization. The national debate following the Spanish-American War over "imperialism." The leadership of Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson and their contrasting ideas of American power, interest, and purpose.
Not offered AY 2017-2018, 2018-2019.