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    The Monroe Doctrine was established by U.S. president James Monroe and the U.S. secretary of state John Quincy Adams. Their plan of the Monroe Doctrine represented a solid line where the Americans will no longer tolerate interference from European powers in any way shape or form. For the most part, America was minding its own business until Imperialism started booming in the late 1800’s. Latin America was less developed and America saw South and Central America as perfect candidates to extract resources

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    The Monroe Doctrine has changed very much from when it was first established to now in the present. A long time ago America went to war with Britain, and they decided something needed to change and be fixed. In the first image, “Document A,” this is displayed. The picture shows that America is proving to Britain that they are not under any rule of them, or under the rule of any crown. This also means that by saying they are under no rule of the crown, they are putting themselves into a position that

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    The Monroe Doctrine has changed very much, from when it was first established to now in the present. Long, long ago America went to war with Britain, they decided something needed to change and be fixed. In the first image, “Document A” this shows greatly. This picture shows that America is proving to Britain that they are not under any rule of them, or that they are under rule of any crown. this also means that by saying they are under no rule of crown, they are there for putting themselves into

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    CJ Ashmore HOA 2C OPVL: The Monroe Doctrine Origin: The Monroe Doctrine is a government document and more specifically a speech made during President Monroe’s seventh annual message to Congress on December 2, 1823. As such, it is a primary source. Being president at the time, Monroe had more than enough qualification for knowing the privileged knowledge that he was relating. In historical context, after the Napoleonic Wars which tore apart Europe, Europe became restless. An alliance was formed

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    When the Monroe Doctrine was first implemented many Americans felt a sense of duty. They felt obligated to protect lands near their country who also wanted the same dream Americans once had. Independence. However as time went on America slowly became a country hungry for power, materials, and most of all land. Resorting to using cheap tricks and methods to provoke another country to go into a war that they will surely lose against the United States. Due to this, the foreign policy actions the United

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    In this speech, President Monroe sought to establish specific guidelines for U.S. involvement in international affairs (McCormick, pg. 10). It was believed that European powers would continue to seek colonization in the Western Hemisphere and the infant United States feared the proximity

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    corrupted the Monroe Doctrine’s “benevolent intent,” it is worth considering whether or not the Monroe Docterine was as benevolent as the unnamed professor seems to suggest. Professor X considers Monroe’s 1823 Doctrine an act of benevolence, in which an increasingly dominant world power generously extends protection over its continental neighbors. Yet the Professor ignores the inherently imperialistic subtext that is contained within the Doctrine, and thus his comparison of the Monroe Doctrine to the

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    of Manifest Destiny, the Monroe Doctrine of 1823 was in full effect, in which the argument could be made that these two concepts are somehow correlated. The primary source documents such as “The Monroe Doctrine Declares the Western Hemisphere Closed to European Intervention, 1823,” and essays such as, “Expansionist Ambition, Not Republican Ideals,” will support the structure of this essay, showing that there is a reflection of Manifest Destiny ideology in the Monroe Doctrine. Using various primary

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    The History of the Monroe Doctrine of 1823 Israel Cordero Central High School November 9, 2015 3rd Period   Abstract The Monroe Doctrine had a great impact due to its strict policy towards the European powers. It wanted to keep the U.S. trade safe from European powers and colonization. Without this important doctrine/document the Europeans would have most likely colonized, interfered with, and disrupted the western hemisphere and also the trade systems connected with them. The U.S. also would not

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    December 3, 1823 the United State president James Monroe was giving his annual state union address when he basically told the crowned heads of Europe to stay out of American and said that the era of colonization is over in the Americans. This is how the Monroe Doctrine came to act. The Monroe Doctrine became a facet of American foreign policy through the 19th century and the 20th century. Let's look at the year that led up to the Monroe Doctrine. In the 1820 the monarchy in Europe was not good. The

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