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President Taft was more committed to the expansion of U.S. foreign trade than was Roosevelt. He pursued a program, known as "dollar diplomacy," designed to encourage U.S. investments in South and Central American, the Caribbean, and the Far East. To implement this foreign policy agenda, Taft used ...

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Presidency of William H. Taft. William Howard Taft took office in 1909 as the hand-picked successor to Theodore Roosevelt. Roosevelt, champion of the progressive movement, expected Taft to carry ...

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William Howard Taft was born September 15, 1857 in Cincinnati, Ohio, to Alphonso Taft and Louise Torrey. The Taft family was not wealthy, living in a modest home in the suburb of Mount Auburn.Alphonso served as a judge, ambassador and in the cabinet, as War Secretary and Attorney General under Ulysses S. Grant.. William Taft was not seen as brilliant as a child, but was a hard worker; Taft's ....

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President William Taft's foreign policy was called "dollar diplomacy," and it involved expanding United States foreign trade. Although Taft attempted to promote American goods abroad, his efforts were mainly unsuccessful.

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William Howard Taft - Foreign affairs. Taft differed greatly from Roosevelt in his conduct of foreign, as well as domestic, affairs. Taft's experiences in the Philippines and in the cabinet should have provided him an excellent background in the conduct of diplomacy, but he shunned both Roosevelt's method of proceeding with as much executive ...

www.britannica.com/event/Dollar-Diplomacy

Dollar Diplomacy: Dollar Diplomacy, foreign policy created by U.S. Pres. William Howard Taft (served 1909–13) and his secretary of state, Philander C. Knox, to ensure the financial stability of a region while protecting and extending U.S. commercial and financial interests there. It grew out of Pres. Theodore

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Dollar diplomacy of the United States—particularly during President William Howard Taft's term— was a form of American foreign policy to further its aims in Latin America and East Asia through use of its economic power by guaranteeing loans made to foreign countries. Historian Thomas A. Bailey argues that dollar diplomacy was nothing new ...

millercenter.org/president/taft/domestic-affairs

William Howard Taft entered the White House determined to implement and continue Roosevelt's program. His central ambition regarding reform was to create an orderly framework for administering a reform agenda. His conception of executive leadership was primarily focused on administration rather than ...

www.britannica.com/biography/William-Howard-Taft

William Howard Taft: William Howard Taft, 27th president of the United States (1909–13) and 10th chief justice of the United States (1921–30). As president, Taft alienated progressive Republicans, thereby contributing to the split in Republican ranks in 1912, to the formation of the Bull Moose Party, and to his failure to win a second term.

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Foreign policy created under President Taft that had the U.S. exchanging financial support ($) for the right to "help" countries make decisions about trade and other commercial ventures. Basically it was exchanging money for political influence in Latin America and the Caribbean.