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Question

Why did the Monroe Doctrine keep the U.S. out of European affairs?

To establish an air of neutralit
To make the reciprocal offer for the western hemisphere
To keep us out of wars
To focus on America only

2 Answer

  • The answer to this question is the letter "B" or the second statement. The Monroe Doctrine keep the United States out of the European affairs, the reason of this is in order for them to make the reciprocal offer for the Western Hemisphere.
  • Answer:

    To make the reciprocal offer for the western hemisphere

    Explanation:

    Part of the Doctrine stated that The United States of AMerica would interfere if European powers tried to expand their existing colonies in the Americas, and or colonize new territories, the government of the US didnĀ“t have the military power to do so, so they offered peace in European affairs in exchange for the Europeans to not colonize america any further.

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