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Thomas Jefferson offered advice to James Monroe

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James Monroe Sought Advice from Thomas Jefferson
October 17, 1823

Both Jefferson and former President James Madison, whom Monroe also consulted, recommended cooperation with Britain. Monroe's Secretary of State, John Quincy Adams, however, had a different idea. He thought the U.S. should follow a course independent of Britain.
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