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Task: Identify two events (Monroe Doctrine & Open Door Policy) in U.S History that demonstrate how the U.S has promoted the national interest by taking foreign policy actions and for each event :

.Discuss the historical circumstances that led the United States to take that action.

. Evaluate the success or failure of that foreign policy action in promoting the national interest of the United States.

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