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monroe doctrine
Updated: 1/10/2020
monroe doctrine
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  • King Ferdinand VII me and my people ask that we break away from you and start our own lives in America. This decision come from all of the people that reside in the Americas
  • Of course you cannot leave. Why would you even want to leave the Spanish Empire? You disgust me by even asking this question.
  • All I did was help my people get what they wanted. This was to be free. And if this is the cost I will be willing to pay it for them
  • Miguel Hidalgo, you were brought here for your execution. You have been charged with treason for breaking away from the Empire. Even though you may have started a new country you will be punished for your acts of treason by death.
  • Come on troops, we have to get across the mountains. Once we are on the other side we will then begin our battle, and we will win because we have to win for our independence.
  • In 1810 There was a strong movement toward Spain's American colonies striving for their independence. Obviously Spain refused this Idea because they wanted the resources and the land as well. I would also make Spain look weak just to let it's colonies just break away from them.
  • This document will now be known as the Monroe doctrine and will help us maintain trade with the Latin American countries
  • We need to protect the new countries from the other nations that seek to destroy them. If any other country besides our own is to establish american colonies or interfere with the new Latin America we will consider it a "danger to our peace and safety" Click To EditWe need to protect the new countries from the other nations that seek to destroy them. If any other country besides our own is to establish american colonies or interfere with the new Latin America we will consider it a "danger to our peace and safety" Help Insert ParagraphUndoes the last commandRedoes the last commandTabUntabSet a bold styleSet a italic styleSet a underline styleSet a strikethrough styleClean a styleSet left alignSet center alignSet right alignSet full alignToggle unordered listToggle ordered listOutdent on current paragraphIndent on current paragraphChange current block's format as a paragraph(P tag)Change current block's format as H1Change current block's format as H2Change current block's format as H3Change current block's format as H4Change current block's format as H5Change current block's format as H6Insert horizontal rulelinkDialog.show Summernote 0.8.11 · Project · Issues
  • By 1811 the Leader of the Mexican war of Independence, Miguel Hidalgo, had freed his people by winning the War of Mexican Independence. Even though he had won the war and separated from Spain he was capture by Spain's troops and then was executed.
  • If you are to keep providing us your resources and support we will help you develop by protecting you from the rest of the world.
  • That seems like a very good idea and this would be a great exchange to benefit us both
  • In August of 1819 Simon Bolivar, also known as the liberator for leading independence movements that he made, marched from Venezuela all of the way over the Andes Mountains to get into Colombia to fight a battle with Spain. In the end they ended up winning the battle and he became the President of the Great Columbia.
  • You guys are no longer aloud to attack or invade any of our Latin American friends. So STAY AWAY!
  • Just remember if you go against the Monroe Doctrine we will consider that a threat to our safety.
  • But we need their resources as well and you cant tell us what we can and can't do.
  • In December of 1823 President James Monroe made a statement, in congress, that they need to protect the devolving Latin American countries. Then soon after this state congress issued the Monroe Doctrine. This was a piece of foreign legislation the prohibited the establishing of american colonies or interference to the Latin American countries by foreigners.
  • North America made sure that the Latin Americas would comply with the document and they did. This led to a great relationship that benefited both of the countries in their own ways. This was also shown in the political cartoon where Uncle Sam told the young nation that "The bars will stand as long as you are good."
  • Even the Monroe Doctrine did benefit the Americas it also angered the all of the other countries that wanted to either overtake them or trade with them. Since the Monroe Doctrine prohibits this the European nations were angered.
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