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The Monroe Doctrine
Updated: 1/10/2020
The Monroe Doctrine
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  • Sir, I have some news to tell you!
  • France and Russia said that they were going to help Spain regain the colonies that they had.
  • Oh no, we will have to do something about it!
  • What is it?!
  • Yes and I think that we should do this alone. Otherwise it would look like we are "Britain's junior partner"
  • Adams, have you heard the news
  • True. Good idea.
  • Hello everyone, I am presenting what is called the Monroe Doctrine. Anyone who goes against this or any attempt to break these rules are "dangerous to our peace and safety."
  • December 1823
  • The Monroe Doctrinedoes not allow European nations to make American colonies or come close to Latin America
  • James Monroe is just finding out about the European powers wanting to help Spain regain its colonies. James Monroe and the British both wanted to protect trade with Latin America.
  • There is some bad news...
  • What!? Now we can't get back our colonies!
  • Europe
  • Monroe Doctrine
  • Adams tells Monroe that they should do it alone because then they would look like partners so they decided to do it by themselves
  • STOP
  • Latin America
  • Europe
  • No! Why not?!
  • James Monroe had to protect the Latin American countries so he created the Monroe Doctrine.
  • I told you I had good ideas!
  • Yay! Our plan is working so far. Hopefully it will protect Latin America for a while.
  • Europe gets the Monroe Doctrine and they are mad that they cannot regain they're colonies
  • This is the result of the Monroe Doctrine and what it looked like from a far prospective.
  • The plan is coming into action to protect Latin America.
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