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The Monroe Doctrine (1823) established the United States foreign policy that (1) provided foreign aid to developing nations (2) opposed the creation of new colonies in Latin America (3) led directly to the Civil War (4) encouraged expansion into East Asia

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The Monroe Doctrine (1823) established the United States foreign policy that (1) provided foreign aid to developing nations (2) opposed the creation of new colonies in Latin America (3) led directly to the Civil War (4) encouraged expansion into East Asia

The Monroe Doctrine (1823) established the United States foreign policy that (1) provided foreign aid to developing nations (2) opposed the creation of new colonies in Latin America (3) led directly to the Civil War (4) encouraged expansion into East Asia

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The Monroe Doctrine (1823) established the United States foreign policy that (1) provided foreign aid to developing nations.

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