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"We owe it, therefore, to candor and to the amicable...."
"... The existing colonies or dependencies of any European power"
An adviser to the King of France suggests that they go ahead with the colonizing of former Portuguese Brazil for the French Empire via existing French colonial lands in Guiana.
"What do you mean we can't expand into Brazil"
Due to this threat, James Monroe enlists the help of John Quincy Adams to write a policy to protect the Americas from European imperialism.
"I propose, that the United States and the Kingdom of Great Britain join in an alliance."
James Monroe reads the Monroe Doctrine aloud to Congress on December 2nd, 1823. Around this time almost all Portuguese colonies were gaining independence.
French King Louis XVIII is informed of the Monroe Doctrine. Becoming enraged due to the loss of revenue into the Americas
US Security of State John Quincy Adams meets with a British representative discussing a joint statement in the Monroe Doctrine.
President Monroe refuses to join in an agreement with Britain because of the memories of the War of 1812
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