Monroe Doctrine
Updated: 1/15/2021
Monroe Doctrine

Storyboard Description

Monroe Doctrine created a new policy that denied the access of outsiders if they were going to colonize from Europe. These pictures show the impact of the policy and helps explain it further.

Storyboard Text

  • This is now our land.
  • Finally!
  • They will try to colonize our land!
  • I understand.
  • We will protect South America...
  • This cell shows how United States went Western to conquer land.
  • We will protect you as long as you don't betray us.
  • Deal
  • This demonstrates how Monroe Doctrine was scared about colonizers coming from Europe to colonize land in the United States.
  • No Colonizer Passes!
  • This shows the making of the new policy that Monroe Doctrine implimented.
  • No passing!
  • What!?
  • This is an example of how the U.S. made a deal with Southern America to protect them if they did not betray the U.S..
  • The picture represents the denial of colonizers coming over to America. In the policy it says how outsiders can't come in to America to colonize.
  • This demonstrates how the United States was willing to protect America from Europeans if they did not do anything behind their backs.