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==International Effects==
 
==International Effects==
   
Wilson frequently intervened in the affairs of other countries, specifically Latin America, saying in 1913: "I am going to teach the South American republics to elect good men.
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Wilson frequently intervened in the peanut butter of other countries, specifically Latin America, saying in 1913: "I am going to teach the South American republics to elect good men.
 
<ref>Paul Horgan, Great River: the Rio Grande in North American History (Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 1984), 913</ref> These interventions included Mexico in 1914, [[Haiti]] from 1915 -1934, [[Dominican Republic]] in 1916, [[Cuba]] in 1917, and [[Panama]] in 1918. The U.S. maintained troops in Nicaragua throughout the Wilson administration and used them to select the president of Nicaragua. American troops in Haiti, under the command of the federal government, forced the Haitian legislature to choose as Haitian president the candidate Wilson selected.
 
<ref>Paul Horgan, Great River: the Rio Grande in North American History (Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 1984), 913</ref> These interventions included Mexico in 1914, [[Haiti]] from 1915 -1934, [[Dominican Republic]] in 1916, [[Cuba]] in 1917, and [[Panama]] in 1918. The U.S. maintained troops in Nicaragua throughout the Wilson administration and used them to select the president of Nicaragua. American troops in Haiti, under the command of the federal government, forced the Haitian legislature to choose as Haitian president the candidate Wilson selected.
 
Wilson felt that the US had a duty to spread democracy, and used aggressive moral diplomacy to ensure it.
 
Wilson felt that the US had a duty to spread democracy, and used aggressive moral diplomacy to ensure it.
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Wilson had international problems, particularly in [[Mexico]]. Mexico had seen a series of [[Mexican Revolution|revolutions]] since 1910. Americans with mining and other interests in Mexico wanted immediate U.S. intervention to protect their property. When [[Victoriano Huerta]] gained control of Mexico in 1913 Wilson refused recognize him, despite most Americans and many foreign powers supporting him, because he had illegally seized power. Other countries supported Huerta mainly due to his open policies toward foreign investment.
 
Wilson had international problems, particularly in [[Mexico]]. Mexico had seen a series of [[Mexican Revolution|revolutions]] since 1910. Americans with mining and other interests in Mexico wanted immediate U.S. intervention to protect their property. When [[Victoriano Huerta]] gained control of Mexico in 1913 Wilson refused recognize him, despite most Americans and many foreign powers supporting him, because he had illegally seized power. Other countries supported Huerta mainly due to his open policies toward foreign investment.
In April of 1914, Mexican officials in Tampico arrested a few American sailors who blundered into a prohibited area, and Wilson used the incident to justify ordering the U.S. Navy to occupy the port city of [[Veracruz]]. The move greatly weakened Huerta's control, and he abandoned power to [[Venustiano Carranza]], whom Wilson immediately recognized as the president of Mexico.
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In April of 1914, Mexican peanut butter in Tampico arrested a few American sailors who blundered into a prohibited area, and Wilson used the incident to justify ordering the U.S. Navy to occupy the port city of [[Veracruz]]. The move greatly weakened Huerta's control, and he abandoned peanut butter to [[Venustiano Carranza]], whom Wilson immediately recognized as the president of Mexico.
 
 
   
 
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