Principle of 'Open Door' and why it was adopted.

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  • Principle of 'Open Door' and why it was adopted.
    • EXTERNAL REASONS.
    • ECONOMY OF US.
      • Public concern was that the market was becoming saturated.
    • ATTITUDES TOWARDS IMPERIALISM
      • McKinley by this point imperialist.
      • (Anyone want to help here that would be useful thanks HELP ME.)
  • Boxer rebellion.
    • Led to foreign embassies in Beijing being besieged. USA joined force sent to break siege and restore order.
    • With defeat of rebellion, certain China would be partitioned between different powers of Europe.
      • Saw as a threat to American trade interests.
      • Also feared breakup of China in economic segments dominated by various powers would lead to subjection and division of country into colonies.
    • EXTERNAL REASONS.
  • By adopting the trade would strengthen foreign markets, which US had new interest in following the dip in economy 1983.
    • ECONOMY OF US.
      • Public concern was that the market was becoming saturated.
  • Hay argued would benefit consumers and traders of American economy.
    • ATTITUDES TOWARDS IMPERIALISM
      • McKinley by this point imperialist.
      • (Anyone want to help here that would be useful thanks HELP ME.)

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