Was America ever really isolationist?
In order to answer this question it is essential to know what is meant by the term isolationist. Isolationists define it as "the avoidance of all alliances or participation in world affairs outside the USA in favour of a concentration on the internal prosperity and security of the USA" . Therefore isolation means political rather than economic and in this regard America certainly was isolationist in her thinking but only for certain distinct periods of time, mostly between the two world wars c1919-1939. However an isolationist stance was not unique to this period but dates back to being us…
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