AP U.S. History Foreign Policy

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What were the essential principles of the Theodore Roosevelt's foreign policy, and how did he apply them to specific situations?

he believed in the more developed nations helping those that were more underdeveloped.
He used the army to help countries like Cuba and Puerto Rico to eliminate disease like yellow fever

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