America and the First World War.
America and the First World War
When war erupted in 1914, the United States attempted to remain neutral and was a proponent for the rights of neutral states. Isolationist foreign policy was encouraged by Congress's apprehensions about giving other countries a political door into US policies and the cultural melting pot of the United States' population. In spite of these factors, the United States did enter World War I, as a result of several events.
In an attempt by both the allied and the central powers to involve the Americans, the US was heavily saturated with propaganda. Much of the ma…
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