World War II, American Foreign Policy, Race, And Gender

World War II, American Foreign Policy, Race, and Gender

The essential causes of World War II were nationalistic tensions, unsettled issues, and resentments follow-on from the First World War. The movement of US from an isolationist foreign policy to one of intervention was a major ideological change for a country mostly used to looking inward. The proceedings of World War I had aroused America's natural yearning to isolationism. This change was most distinct during and immediately after WWII and had worldwide implications. The war, racial strife and the great moral issues raised by feminism. Began to set a new right, which mobilized ...
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