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Intervention or Independence with Foreign Policy?
<Tab/>In his farewell address, former president George Washington advised his fellow Americans to avoid foreign entanglements. Washington realized that America was still a new and weak country, and that it would take time to become bigger and stronger. To have involved America in foreign conflicts would have put the nation in jeopardy of losing its independence. Americans followed the president's advice for the next 100 years. By 1900, business was prospering; the country had expanded from coast to coast, and needed to look for overseas markets. At the beginning of the 20th c…
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