Franklin Roosevelt embarked on the Good Neighbor policy in part because

  1. there was a rising tide of anti-Americanism in Latin America

  2. Congress had repealed the Monroe Doctrine

  3. he feared the spread of communism in the region

  4. the policy was part of the neutrality stance taken by the U.S.

  5. he was eager to enlist Latin American allies to defend the Western Hemisphere against European and Asian dictators