Ron Paul Isolationism Analysis

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Ron Paul, in his discussion, helps to give the differences between isolationism and non-interventionism. For isolationism, he explains that it is these people or citizens who want their country to be isolated. In this way, they do not want anything from other countries. For non-interventionism, this means taking care of one's own affairs, so that one does not participate in the internal affairs of other countries. I agree with Ron that countries should consider being non-interventionist in the sense that they should not worry about other countries with their resources unless they directly affect
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