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...lladay Latane. This source proved to provide a detailed understanding of the history Monroe doctrine which helped a great deal. I found it useful because I was able combine my new knowledge with my old knowledge to help me develop this essay.
Furthermore, During the Cold War, there was scandals and secrecy developing and ‘Secrecy- the American experience’ by Daniel Patrick Moynihan presents the secrecy that was going on during in American governments as was seen during Reagans Presidency. It provides a view of how it shaped American foreign policy. However, it did not provide an insiders of the government but a historical appraisal of the culture of secrecy.
Overall, I found researching about the American presidents, events and polices etc. somewhat easy as there was a wide range of sources available in which I used to help me develop this essay.
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