20th Century America's Foreign Policy

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By the 1900s, America had become the world’s leading economic power, but due to the idea of isolationism, America remained off the international affairs. The change in the World War II pulled America into the war. Acting as the supply warehouse of the war made America grew economically and militarily. By end of WWII, America inevitably became the superpower that dominated the world politically, economically, culturally and militarily. America’s foreign policies for the second half of 20th century and early 21st century were drafted to meet the ultimate goal of spreading freedom, democracy and capitalism. The rapid changing international environment in return also affected the domestic policies and Americans’ lives.

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