A History of the Monroe Doctrine

A History of the Monroe Doctrine

A History of the Monroe Doctrine

A History of the Monroe Doctrine

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Since I wrote Hands Off: A History of the Monroe Doctrine in 1941, momentous events have taken place in the international sphere. These have influenced the development, and conditioned the character, of the Monroe Doctrine. The changes that have taken place I have described in this new edition, bringing them into focus and estimating their significance. In the performance of this task I wish to make acknowledgments to my two assistants at Cornell University, David H. Tiffany and Lin Webster. As always, my secretary, Miss Marjorie Gilles, has given not only her aid but her devoted interest to the work.

DEXTER PERKINS

Ithaca, New York
April, 1955
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