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18 July, 16:46

President Teddy Roosevelt added to the Monroe Doctrine by proclaiming that the United States had the right to

a) interfere in the affairs of Latin American nations

b) impose trade restrictions on European imports

c) promote democracy in Africa

d) determine the border between Alaska and Canada

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  1. 18 July, 17:13
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    President Teddy Roosevelt added to the Monroe Doctrine by proclaiming that the United States had the right to interfere in the affairs of Latin American nations.

    Option: A

    Explanation:

    Latin America is a part of South American continent. Monroe doctrine was signed in the year of 1823. President Teddy Roosevelt added that United States had the right to intervene in the affairs of Latin America if they do any wrongful deeds.

    Monroe doctrine is a foreign policy that has the the power of intervention whereas in the trade related issues of European countries are not get affected by the doctrine and the countries of western hemisphere was also not touched.
  2. 18 July, 17:26
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    President Teddy Roosevelt added to the Monroe Doctrine by proclaiming that the United States had the right to

    a) interfere in the affairs of Latin American nations

    Explanation:

    By the time Teddy Roosevelt became the President of the country in 1902 the Monroe Doctrine was to be resented by the bureaucrats and the business men of the country alike as they were looking to find avenues of expansion business and to have a form of imperialism of their own in their own sphere of influence.

    Teddy Roosevelt had understood the significance of such measures by then so he agreed to sanction the interference in the affairs of Latin America for the US after which large scale interventions in the politics of Latin America began.
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