The Monroe Doctrine Comic Strip
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James Monroe and Elizabeth Monroe meet in the Oval Office to discuss the Monroe Doctrine.
Honey, I saw you working on a document today. What was it about?
I was writing a new document called The Monroe Doctrine. It explains that " the United States would not allow European nations... to interfere with the free nations of Latin America..." (Textbook 221). Also, if any nation disobeyed this it would be seen as a threat to the safety of the United States.
One hour later, Elizabeth Monroe came to tell her husband what she felt about the Monroe Doctrine.
I really like the document. I think that it is sending the message that you were looking for. The best part is when it states "United States to leave the parties to themselves, in the hope that other powers will pursue the same course."
I am so happy that you like it. Because of the document, the countries will get to figure themselves out.
The people affected by the Monroe Doctrine share their thoughts.
I am so upset that the Monroe Doctrine was made. It totally ruins my fantastic plans.
Thanks to the United States, my country can now work on figuring out our Independence.
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