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Woodrow Wilson's administration signed treaties with thirty Latin American nations to provide a means for quickly addressing conflicts. Attempting to soothe lingering ill-feelings in Colombia over Theodore Roosevelt's encouraging the Panamanian revolution of 1903, Wilson negotiated a treaty with reparations, but it was rejected by the U.S. Senate. Under Wilson, the United States tried but was unsuccessful in bringing stability to Nicaragua, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic. The United States had to intervene and maintain military occupation in Haiti and the Dominican Republic in 1915 and 1916.
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