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For the Dollar Diplomacy: Taft

I don't get what the key policies would be.

It wouldn't be sending US troops to Nicaragua to offer loans?

Now, I'm confused all over again.

I looked up what policy was: Basic principles by which a government is guided. (meaning Acts passed?)
Declared objectives which a government seeks to achieve and preserve in the interest of national community.

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    Or for the Dollar Diplomacy would the policy be providing loans to countries?

    Since I couldn't find any Acts except the Open Door Policy.

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    You're right. Dollar Diplomacy was the policy of providing loans to other countries.

    http://www.sparknotes.com/history/american/gildedage/section10.rhtml

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    So that would be the key policy?

    but for the Square Deal "key policies of administration associated with the motto" - I found Acts that were passed

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    I already asked this but by "policies" does it mean Acts?

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