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The United States inflexible foreign policy when dealing with Japan lead to the attack on Pearl harbor which ended American isolationism On December 7 1941 at 755 am loudspeakers aboard warships in Pearl Harbor rang loud with warnings Air Raid This is no shit Millis 354 The bombers streaked in low and filled the sky marking the infamous Japanese attack on the bulk of the American military strength in the Pacific The surprise attack was the grand entrance of Japan into World War II and resulted in its subsequent war with the United States In its aftermath their was no denying that this debacle was the worst day ever for the United States military In only two hours the Imperial Japanese Navy had turned Americas fortress into a shambles The attack on Pearl Harbor continues to intrigue today as it was so significant to the international state system at the time of the attack It represented a failure in deterrence by the United States on the Japanese and represented the end of American isolationism in the world which had stemmed from the conclusion of World War I Instead of deterring the Japanese from pursuing an expansionist policy these economic sanctions exacerbated relations between the US and Japan encouraged Japans southward expansion and provoked the Japanese to risk war with the United States Inevitability the results would be devastating for both nations At the conclusion of the First World War an avalanche of isolationist sentiments arose within the American public They felt as if they had been deceived and coerced into entry into in the war They blamed the American entry on the nations failure to remain genuinely neutral and felt that false propaganda and greedy businessmen were responsible for the unnecessary sacrifice of many young American men To the public for most of its history the United States had managed to get along very well without allies Plus it seemed that
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