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July 22, 2020, 4:05 p.m. -  Nouseforaname

@Luix I know about the Monroe doctrine - learned about it mostly from the other side - of the spheres of influence ideas that disrupted European powers in the regions. So from the colonial powers perspective. The question was: what did the rest of the world call the colonists in the place that became the United States between the 1600s and the 1820s? My research suggests that they were called Americans. And not out of some claim over the whole continent, as you suggested. Have you got any suggestions of where I can find what United Statesians were called pre Monroe?  @Brigham - if you can see a logical end/future point - that you will disagree with - to a line of action, you should resist the line of action as soon as you realise that.

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