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Effects, Low, p99
Immediate--E

Europe did not really know what the MD was--irrelevant to them
GB didn't want any more territories--irrelevant to them

2

Effects, Low, p102
Long Term

America considered very much responsible for troubles in Latin America by 1914
LA disrespects Europe as a result, and any European reactions vilified by US

3

Effects, Grahame, p60
Long term

Lodge established by US senate
Rumors at the time Mexico was going to sell Magdalena Bay to Japan

4

Effects, Grahame, p61
LA

LA people agree that MR good for the world
Limits > normal development of SA countries
What does this mean?

5

Effects, Grahame, p61
Roosevelt

Roosevelt said that LA likes monroe doctrine as they see it--not as US does
What does this mean?

6

Effects, Bureau,
American attitude

Doctrine + Manifest destiny = support for US expansion
How?

7

Effects, NARA,
Latin America

US supporting Mexican president in 1865
1904? (EDIT)

8

Effects, textbook, pg 291
American attitude

MD showed nationalist attitude--saying no Europeans can touch America unifies America

9

Effects, Wheless, p66
Latin America

SA's strongly saw it as America acting superior to them and protecting them in a condescending way
Affected communication, trade w SA bc they were offended

10

Effects, Hibbens, p63
Latin America

SA didn't want to be close to America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay)--the MD did not bring them closer and is the US responsibility alone

11

Effects, Hibbens, p63
LA

Protected from Europe for at least 90yr
Benefits only them

12

Effects, NARA
Long term

1962
Cold War

13

Effects, Bureau C
Theodore Roosevelt

Bold approach to LA + C called “Big Stick”
Highly aggressive compared to “passive” doctrine
What is the approach?

14

Effects, Bureau C
Roosevelt

Corollary due to Roosevelt’s worry that issues between Venezuela + creditors* → Venezuela being invaded by Europe
Early 1900s

15

Effects, NARA C,
Roosevelt

Roosevelt later believed MD forced them to intervene when necessary
Connected his own policy to MD

16

Effects, NARA C,
Roosevelt

FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT
1934--ditched intervention policy
Created "Good Neighbor" policy for western H

17

Effects, Bureau C,
Roosevelt

C in Dec 1904
US interfere as last resort to make sure W H nations followed through w international creditors*
Didn’t “violate the rights of the United States” or bring in war which would affect all of WH

18

Effects, Bureau C
Roosevelt

C ended up often US using military to keep balance within WH
R said US would be policemen
C ended up backing up US interference in Cuba, Haiti, Dominican R, Nicaragua

19

Effects, history.com
Long Term

1861--Secretary of State Seward wanted to draw attention away from civil war and try to stop it
said US should attack European interference in WH by trying to liberate Cuba--Lincoln refused

20

Effects, history.com
Long Term

John Tyler used doctrine to back up taking texas
1840s

21

Effects, L C
Long Term

stated that no one may take control of crucial land within WH. So if that possession of land threatens US, it's illegal. Reaffirms MD.

22

Effects, Polk
American

Polk mentions and reaffirms MD in his First Annual Message--why?

23

Effects, BrittanicaPA
PanAmericanism

meetings between countries in WH
=/= Canada

24

Barrett, 2
PanAmericanism

PanAmerican policy could’ve been derived from Monroe Doctrine
Monroe Doctrine was ambiguous in interpretation, leading to SA’s resentment

25

Britannica1
Roosevelt

between 2 Roosevelts, US would interfere often in LA (emphasis on Caribbean.)

26

history.com
American Response? LA?

1890s
United States used the doctrine to claim the right to decide on an argument between Venezuela and GB over GB's Guiana boundaries. GB was distracted by Germany and Japan and just said OK, but LA was pissed

27

history.com
Roosevelt

corollary said Europe can't use force to get debts owed to them by LA

28

history.com
Long Term

United States fought Spain 1898 to free Cuba

29

Theodore Roosevelt
Long Term
Spanish American War
https://www.loc.gov/item/today-in-history/october-17/

supported Spanish American war
Sig: same superiority over LA as Spanish-American war bc US got land in the area then

30

Spanish American War
http://www.history.com/topics/spanish-american-war
Long Term

conflict between the US + Spain
ended Spanish colonies in WH
led to US getting land in W Pacific + LA
(sig: corollary)

31

Franklin Roosevelt
Long Term
PA BR

held Inter-American Conference for the Maintenance of Peace in 1936
(took on treaty for peaceful problem solving between states)

32

PanAmericanism

Br--Conferences

Inter-American Conference for the Maintenance of Peace--1938--Lima, 1945 Mexico City, and 1947 Quintadinha discussed defense of WH, mutual helping each other, and togetherness

33

Barrett
Contem

US didn't see how much LA had progressed and saw them all as revolutionary in 1914

34

American attitude
new world encyclopedia

1836--America pissed that Texas allied w GB bc of MD

35

Venezuela Case
Long term
Chester

Venezuela wanted to sell to GB, and Cleveland said she had the right to

36

falkland islands
br--falkland

argentina had control, gb took, 1833, resulted in war, us seemingly didn't do anything