Impact Of John Quincy Adams Monroe Doctrine

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In 1823, John Quincy Adams, in fear that Spain might try to recover its previous colonies, he composed a speech for the president that became known as the Monroe Doctrine. This document declared that the U.S would confront any European powers that would try to colonize in the Americas in the future, obstruct European nations from getting into new Latin American nations and refrain from getting involved in any European wars. Also, this document helped to claim supreme control in the Western Hemisphere for the U.S. As opposed to British interests, Adams also wanted to procure the commerce of the region for the United States with this doctrine. The only candidate to have full nationwide support during the 1824 presidential election was Andrew
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