In Class Notes 2.17 POLT 565

In Class Notes 2.17 POLT 565 - In Class Notes Good...

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In Class Notes Good Neighbors Becoming Good Neighbors - Hoover is the architect f the Good Neighbor Policy (1928) - “True democracy is not and cannot be imperialistic” - Clark memorandum o Written in 1928, public in 1930 (published) Gap due to get people on board with this new foreign policy o Sate Dept. sought to separate Roosevelt Corollary (wrong way of meet the goals of the Monroe Doctrine) from Monroe Doctrine Containing Europe Not supposed to be an instrument of violence and oppression Good Neighbor Policy - Goal (U.S. hegemony in the hemisphere) is the same, but tools are different - US withdraws troops - US promises to refrain from military intervention (test case for this new policy = Cuba and Mexico) o However, still try to get the US’s way - US emphasis on diplomacy and economic linkages o Pan Americanism: spirit of unity, something in common because all loving in the Western Hemisphere Cultural exchanges to promote unity and positive message - Successful o Increases in trade and investment
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