How Did The United States Change Its Foreign Policy From 1918-1953?

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“Why and in what ways did the United States change its foreign policy from 1918-1953?”
Since World War I, the united states had always had a problem with forcing its foreign policy. Throughout the past 100 years, the foreign policy has changed depending on public opinion and what was going on in other parts of the world. One of the largest changes in the foreign policy occurred from the end of World War I (1918) up until the ending of the Korean War (1953). Essentially the U.S foreign policy evolved from isolationist “prevention of war” to interventionism “protective containment of communism”.

When World War I broke out, The United States were frustrated from the toll the war took on them and wanted to remain free from foreign conflicts. This
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