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Which statement best describes the Monroe Doctrine?

A. The United States welcomed European involvement in all issues in North America.
B. The United States welcomed any European involvement in South America.
C. The United States pledged to involve itself as much as possible in the European affairs and opposed European involvement in South America.
D. The United States pledged not to involve itself in European affairs and opposed any extension of European colonization in the Americas

C?

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  1. No.

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  2. then D?

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  3. Yes. D. is correct. We did not want to be involved in the ongoing European wars and we wanted Europe to stay the heck out of the Americas!

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  4. thank you, I was pretty confused

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  5. You are very welcome. Glad I helped unconfuse you.

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