The Role Of American Isolation In The 1930s

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American isolation in the 1930.During the 1930s the leaders of the isolationist movement drew upon history to bolster their position. President George Washington had advocated non-involvement in European wars and politics. Moreover, during World War two it was essential that the United States alter from isolationism to inter-nationalism because of threats concerning America. So America supplied a strong and powerful military during the world war two. After world war one, the united states went back to isolationism because they did not want to be involved in the war. However, the depression made men, women, and children suffer so badly. Since the US was weak at this time, isolationism was a good policy for its citizens.
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