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How did newspapers and magazines affect American foreign policy at the turn of the century? Most newspaper owners were committed to American isolationism and ran few stories about distant places. Stories about distant places were popular and encouraged calls for a larger American role in world affairs. Government leaders pressured newspapers to avoid stories about distant places in order to protect plans for military intervention overseas. Few newspapers published stories about distant places, focusing instead on stories about the American West and the closing of the fronti

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