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Q: What reasons were used by Monroe to justify this foreign policy pronouncement and how do they relate to arguments made during the revolutionary and early republic periods?
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Why was foreign aid so important to the American cause?

Foreign aid was essential because the rebels did not have the resources, training, or manpower to fight the British alone. The Revolutionary war would not have been won if it had not been for the french and their aid with soldiers, rations, combat weapons and gear etc


How did European officers such a Lafayette aid America in the revolutionary war?

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In what order did these occur Revolutionary turmoil in France cause the US president to urge Americans to stay out of foreign quarrels?

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How did the colonists victory in the Revolutionary war change the balance political power in the new states?

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When did the revolutionary turmoil in France cause the us president to urge Americans to stay out of foreign quarrels?

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What has the author William Stivers written?

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