This PowerPoint presentation examines the foreign policy of the McKinley administration following the Spanish American War. It begins with the President's decision to annex the Philippines and the resulting Filipino uprising. It then focuses on the actions of the U.S. military to suppress the uprising and the resulting growth of the Anti-Imperialist League. It continues by discussing the Open Door policy of McKinley and Sec. of State John Hay charting their efforts to expand American influence in China. This includes American involvement in the Boxer Rebellion. It concludes with an examination of the presidential campaign of 1900 and McKinley's assassination. This presentation is used in an Advanced Placement United States history class and is based on parts of Chapter 27 of The American Pageant, 14th ed.