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“Our rulers bide their time…”: The Monroe Doctrine and the Mexican Empire
December 23, 2023, marked the 200th anniversary of the Monroe Doctrine. The doctrine has ebbed and flowed in the American public’s awareness throughout two centuries, often dormant, but resurgent when specific events challenged the understanding of this totem of American foreign policy. The doctrine was introduced by President Monroe in his annual message to the Eighteenth Congress. We owe it, therefore, to candor, and to the amicable relations existing between the United States and those [European] powers, to declare that...
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