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The Monroe Doctrine: Summary

Summary: A summary of the American document the Monroe Doctrine, going through its content and its effects on the United States.
In the early 1800's the United States was going through many different situations both good and bad. Russia and Britain both negotiated on boundaries and territories with the United States, but at the same time the Spanish and Portuguese were in continuing conflict. The rise of Nationalism caused a sort superiority or "better than you" feeling in everyone, the time period of good feelings in America isolated some. As James Monroe was elected and put into office as president, the United States began to worry that Spain would try to regain Mexico. Monroe's solution to this was to write the Monroe Doctrine. In the Monroe Doctrine he stated that "this hemisphere" in which he is referring to the Western Hemisphere, is the United State's property and is not to be interfered with. The following will further explain the Monroe Doctrine of 1823.

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