Isolationism In The 19th Century

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The nineteenth century isolationism was a movement of the United States to become an independent nation. They did not want allies and they wanted to be their own country. Meaning they did not want to be part of the UN. A lot of countries at the tim were becoming independent at the time because they felt compelled as a nation to come together in union. A lot of countries did not realize at the time that because their was a strong sense of nationalism. This cause allies to be driven out and a lot of hatred amount countries. The United states in the early 1900s started to separate from England and Germany and as well as France which were our allies at the time. But this of course was also during the time of world war one and two. Since there was…show more content…
Back to the nineteenth century isolationism was a big deal. Funny enough this is right about the time the bank broke loose and America was really going down hill. In the 1930s J.P Morgan was one of the largest bankers in the country and he said that their was no money left in the bank which led to a huge rally and as well as the stock markets to crash and it was just a really tough time. Part of this did have to do with the isolationism and us trying to be our own country and not rely on other countries. To touch base back with how world war had an impact on the economy and how it had anything to do with isolation was because we were loosing a lot of people and a lot of allies and most of all we were losing a lot of money.One thing that Ronald Reagan said that has been said time and time again is " History will always repeat its self." Which is true in indeed when we look at the time line. But the question I have to ask myself is why don 't we at least try to learn from our mistakes. The only logical answer I have to this is our generation. It 's ultimately up to the generation to do what they think is best for our
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