Is the Monroe Doctrine a bad policy?
The Monroe Doctrine was the beginning of a long-term American Policy of preventing other great powers from interfering in Latin American Political affairs. also keeping European powers out of the Americans, The Monroe Doctrine upheld Washington's policy of avoiding entanglements in Eurpean power struggles.
Does the Monroe Doctrine represent a continuation or a change in President Washington's foreign policy?
Washington's aspiration was to have America operate as a completely neutral entity that was not entangled in any serious relations or quarrels with European Powers. The Monroe Doctrine is a complete rejection of Washington's rule of foreign policy since it makes explicit arrangements between the United States and Europe concerning policy and autonomy in the Americas.
The Americans didn't necessarily support the Monroe Doctrine, they technically created the Doctrine. And to be specific, James Monroe and John Adams created that policy to solve the crisis of foreign affairs; so James Monroe and John Adams sent the message to Congress explaining their policy so it could be approved. To answer your question, England supported the Doctrine. After the Monroe Doctrine was established, England supported the Monroe Doctrine by enforcing their Navy. England…