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Spurred on by the arguments of John Quincy Adams, President James Monroe addressed the Congress on December 2, 1823 and delivered what is called the Monroe Doctrine. In that address Monroe articulated Adams' arguments that the United States would avoid interference in European internal affairs or wars and considered it obligatory that Europe avoid interference in the Americas.
This article documents the evolution of the Monroe Doctrine during Monroe's administration using extracts taken from his inaugural addresses and annual messages.