The Road To (and From) War: Foreign Policy In The 1930s And The Domestic Impact Of World War Ii In America
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An essay discussing American foreign policy in the 1930s, how the U.S. became involved with WWII and the domestic impact of WWII in America.
From the Paper:The Road to and from War American Foreign Policy in the s and the Domestic Impact of World War II in America The Great Depression of the s brought America to its knees andPresident Franklin D Roosevelt made unprecedented and far-reaching changesto the age of liberalism in an effort to bring relief and recovery Bothas a natural by-product of such a domestic crisis and also in reaction toconflict and aggression in the international arena America adopted apolicy of isolationism This period of
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