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Monroe, James
distressed by denunciation of persons who have criticized the policies of the government, believes that mistaken policies of the Jefferson and Madison administrations were initiated by others and not by Thomas Jefferson or James Madison, urged Jefferson to take more vigorous measures against Spain, France and Great Britain, continues to believe that differences with Great Britain could have been resolved if the treaty he negotiated had been accepted, his relations with Jefferson and Madison after his return from England, danger of dissension within the Republican party, does not want to return to public life and doubts that he will be offered any appointment
University of Mary Washington
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Papers of James Monroe
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