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Before the Spanish-American War, yellow journalism:
A. endorsed a policy of isolationism.
B. wrote editorials that criticized American imperialism.
C. refused to write about foreign affairs.
D. used sensationalism to stir up war fever.
I think the answer is D.

As a result of the Spanish-American War:
Answer

A. Theodore Roosevelt emerged as an anti-imperialist.

B. William McKinley expressed the desire to acquire the Philippines.

C. Congress voted to declare Philippine independence.

D. William McKinley was not reelected.
I think the answer is B.

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