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  • Many Central and South American countries, following the USA's lead tried to brake away from their original countries. This posed a threat to the trade between the USA and European countries.
  • John Adams: We should do this alone, this will make us look like we are Britain's junior partner
  • President Monroe: "I agree!"
  • USA: "The other American countries are breaking away from their original countries. What should we do?"
  • Britain: "Let's figure this problem out together."
  • It is impossible that the allied powers should extend their political system to any portion of either continent, without endangering our peace and happiness.
  • So the president made a message to congress stating what is known as the Monroe Doctrine
  • Monroe Doctrine
  • The United States would not allow European nations to create American colonies or interfere with the free nations of Latin America. The United States would consider any attempt to do so “dangerous to our peace and safety.”
  • Monroe Doctrine
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