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1787, proposed by Randolph and Madison; provided Congressional representation for
states on the basis of population
Virginia Plan
1787, proposed by Patterson, provided equal Congressional representation for each state
New Jersey Plan
1787, also CT Compromise, proposed by Sherman and Ellsworth, provided for
bicameral Congress
Great Compromise
1821, Iterbide and Guerrero's plan for Mexican independence from Spain
Plan of Iguala
1820s, Clay's policies, calling for high tariffs, internal improvements, and a strong
national bank
American System
1823, Monroe's statement that European powers should not interfere in the affairs of
nations in the Western Hemisphere
Monroe Doctrine
1832, Calhoun and SC declared a state could suspend federal laws; Webster
argued the issue with Hayne in the Senate
Doctrine of Nullification
1858, Stephen Douglas's support for popular sovereignty on the slavery issue, espoused during his debates with Lincoln in Illinois Senate election
Freeport Doctrine
1899, Secretary of State Hay negotiated for equal trading rights in China
Open Door Policy
1903, Theodore Roosevelt's policies of treating everyone equally
Square Deal
1904, Theodore Roosevelt's assertion that the US could intervene in affairs of Latin
American nations, such as Venezuela
Roosevelt Corollary
1909, Taft's policies of investing money in Latin America; led to military involvement
in places such as Nicaragua
Dollar Diplomacy
1910, Madero's plan for revolution in Mexico
Plan of San Luis Potosi
1911, Zapata's agrarian reform plan for Mexico
Plan of Ayala
1912, Theodore Roosevelt's policies as Progressive Party candidate
New Nationalism
1912, Wilson's policies of limited government, low tariffs, banking reform, and antitrust
laws
New Freedom
1924, plan to reduce reparations imposed on Germany at Versailles
Dawes Plan
1929, further reduced reparations imposed on Germany after WWI
Young Plan
1932, Hoover's Secretary of State said the US would not recognize territorial changes
resulting from Japan's invasion of Manchuria
Stimson Doctrine
1933, FDR's plan for economic recovery during the Great Depression
New Deal
1904, Theodore Roosevelt's assertion that the US could intervene in affairs of Latin
American nations, such as Venezuela
Roosevelt Corollary
1909, Taft's policies of investing money in Latin America; led to military involvement
in places such as Nicaragua
Dollar Diplomacy
1910, Madero's plan for revolution in Mexico
Plan of San Luis Potosi
1911, Zapata's agrarian reform plan for Mexico
Plan of Ayala
1912, Theodore Roosevelt's policies as Progressive Party candidate
New Nationalism
1912, Wilson's policies of limited government, low tariffs, banking reform, and antitrust
laws
New Freedom
1924, plan to reduce reparations imposed on Germany at Versailles
Dawes Plan
1929, further reduced reparations imposed on Germany after WWI
Young Plan
1932, Hoover's Secretary of State said the US would not recognize territorial changes
resulting from Japan's invasion of Manchuria
Stimson Doctrine
1933, FDR's plan for economic recovery during the Great Depression
New Deal
1945, Truman's plan for social legislation
Fair Deal
1947, also European Recovery Program, allotted $13 billion for rebuilding Europe after
WWII
Marshall Plan
1947, plan to limit spread of Communism; outlined by Kennan
Containment
1950s, idea to form European Coal and Steel Community
Schumann Plan
1956, Mao encouraged intellectuals to criticize the government for a short time
Hundred Flowers
1957 - 1962, Mao tried unsuccessfully to rapidly increase China's industrial and
agricultural production
Great Leap Forward
1964, LBJ's policies of fighting poverty and racial injustice
Great Society
1966 - 1976, Mao attempted to rekindle revolutionary fervor, organizing students
into groups of Red Guards; ended with arrest of the Gang of Four (including Mao's wife Jiang
Qing)
Cultural Revolution
1973, Secretary of State Kissinger traveled back and forth between nations in the
Arab-Israeli War
Shuttle Diplomacy