how were the latin american policies of president theodore roosevelt and president wilson similar

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Ultimately Woodrow Wilson's preferred direction was not to get involved with the internal affairs of the USA's near neighbors in Latin America. However events unfolded that meant his governments ended up being as interventionist as those of Teddy Roosevelt, for example occupying Haiti and the Dominican Republic. These activities were not intended plans of Wilson's in the way that Roosevelt set out to police Latin America but nonetheless the impact was the same.

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