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Isolationism and its Use Within US Foreign Policy 1 Isolationism is a term associated with US foreign policy in the 1920s and 30s Isolationism examples can occur in economic situations or politics The United States was seen as an isolationist country this was because of its economic polices and also politics The United states was considered isolationist because of involvement without commitment - advantages without obligations as it was described This meant the US would help be involved in world affairs but not act by interfering or having alliances with other countries The republicans saw isolationism as a way of keeping the US as sovereign free and at peace An example of isolationism was the 4 way naval power treaty where the US was involved but did not commit its self The isolationist view is often interpreted as having no ties or any official economic or political alliances with other countries 2 World war 1 had ended leaving America in a position of great financial importance this put America far above Europe economically In the 1920s the USA were still recovering from the war the effects of the war meant that the power of the government had increased exceptionally The power was almost too dangerous so liquidation of assets had begun The railroads had all been sold back and railroad consolidation had been encouraged by the government The parts of the government dealing with war time administration had been partly removed as they were not needed The war still left a greater number of federal employees as many areas the government had acquired The war led to increased involvement with Germany over Germanys finances after the loss of world war 1 America and European countries damaged by the war wanted reparations from the German government When Germany could not afford to
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