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James Monroe

Author Code: AJMO

Born: Apr. 28, 1758 - Westmoreland County, Virginia, USA

Died: Jul. 4, 1831 - New York City, New York, USA

Educated at William And Mary College, he left school in 1776 to join the ranks of the Revolution. After the war, he studied law with Thomas Jefferson (1780-83) and was subsequently elected to the Virginia legislature (1782-83). He supported Patrick Henry in opposing ratification of the new Constitution on the ground that it encroached on states' rights. As a U.S. Senator (1790-94) he was a vigorous opponent of the Federalists. Washington appointed him minister to France in 1794. He served as governor of Virginia (1799-1802) and was later appointed by Jefferson as special envoy to France (1803) and helped in negotiating the Louisiana Purchase. Thereafter, he served as minister to England (1803-1807). He was Secretary Of State under Madison (1811-17) and handled foreign affairs during the War Of 1812.

In 1816, Monroe became the fifth U.S. President and was returned to office in 1820, capturing all but one of the electoral votes. His Monroe Doctrine was promulgated in 1823 in order to exclude foreign intervention in the American hemispheres.

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AJMO001 Inaugural & Annual Addresses
  First Annual Message - 1817
  Second Annual Message - 1818
  Third Annual Message - 1819
  Fourth Annual Message - 1820
  Fifth Annual Message - 1821
  Sixth Annual Message - 1822
  Seventh Annual Message - 1823
  Eighth Annual Message - 1824
  First Inaugural Address - 1817
  Second Inaugural Address - 1821
  The Monroe Doctrine
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