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Imperialism - foreign policy assessment
of big stick, panama canal, dollar, moral and open door policies - regarding moral policy where is information about the policy, who created it, when and where it was applied, etc. I cannot find information regarding a moral policy

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    There was no specific moral policy for these terms. A moral policy is what one believes is morally right and will help people.

    Why did the people who favored the Big Stick, Panama Canal, and Open Door policies consider the reasons behind these policies? Why did they consider them "right?"

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    moral diplomacy is considered a policy and I am trying to find out the pros, cons, perspective of other countries to determine the success of the policy as well as a deep understanding of the policy, who created it, when and where. Can you direct me???

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    Check these sites.

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=moral+diplomacy

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    how would you suggest making a visual presentation to explain moral diplomacy

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    What do you know about moral diplomacy?

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    Not much - it was a policy that US remain uninvolved in others wars..

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    That's right -- so far. However, this site has more information about moral diplomacy.

    http://library.thinkquest.org/11492/cgi-bin/pres.cgi/wilson_woodrow?foreign

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    thank you, but I still have no idea how to do a visual presentation??

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    Your visual presentation could be pictures of what you know about moral diplomacy. Search Google images.

    For instance, I searched Google images for big stick and immediately found this:

    http://www.flatrock.org.nz/topics/history/assets/big_stick.jpg

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