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Determine which of the following statements fall under Washington's foreign policy and the Monroe Doctrine, or which fall under both? W-Washington only M-Monroe only B- Both 1. Latin America should be able to determine their own futures without interference from European countries. 2. The young American nation should not take sides in the war between France and England. 3. America should 'steer clear of permanent alliances with any portion of the foreign world'. 4. Europe and America should not interfere with each other's affairs in either hemisphere. 5. Future presidents looked
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anonymous
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sorry, I could not fit it all in the question space provided
anonymous
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Heres what ill do. Ill copy/paste to notepad.cc/historyq2 (an online 'notepad'; not spam, i promise)
anonymous
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ok?

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Opcode
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You could hit edit question. Then type the other part of it :) That bypasses the character limit :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok, so first this first part?
anonymous
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Or well Ill just type the rest in a reply here
anonymous
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...back and used these ideas as guiding principles in foreign policy. 6. This speech was given as an address to the joint houses of congress in 1823
anonymous
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7. 'The american continents, by the free and independent condition which they have assumed ... are henceforth not to be considered as subjects for future colonization by any european power'.
anonymous
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8. this speech was given at the end of the presidents second term in 1796
anonymous
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9. the us should remain neutral in othe countries' affairs
Opcode
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1. Latin America should be able to determine their own futures without interference from European countries. Both 2. The young American nation should not take sides in the war between France and England. Washington only (He was against the US to be involved in foreign affairs. ) 3. America should 'steer clear of permanent alliances with any portion of the foreign world'. Washington only (He was against the US to be involved in foreign affairs. ) 4. Europe and America should not interfere with each other's affairs in either hemisphere. Both
anonymous
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10. the president was concerned about pulling a new unprepared nation into a war with european countries
anonymous
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thats all of them.
anonymous
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n tnx for 1-4!
anonymous
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give me one second
anonymous
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don't go!
anonymous
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thats the whole list
Opcode
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5. Future presidents looked back and used these ideas as guiding principles in foreign policy. W-Washington only 6. This speech was given as an address to the joint houses of congress in 1823 M-Monroe only [Monroe's December 2, 1823 speech. ] 7. 'The american continents, by the free and independent condition which they have assumed ... are henceforth not to be considered as subjects for future colonization by any european power'. M-Monroe only [James Monroe stated this in his seventh annual address to Congress] 8. this speech was given at the end of the presidents second term in 1796 W-Washington only [George Washington's Farewell Address] 9. the us should remain neutral in othe countries' affairs W-Washington only [It's in a speech I just can't remember which one :| ] 10. the president was concerned about pulling a new unprepared nation into a war with european countries M-Monroe only [I'm not sure on this one sorry :( ]
anonymous
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thank u!
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No problem :)

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