• DallasLifeBaby01
Why did the United States follow a policy of isolationism after World War I?
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  • GenTorr
The US followed isolationism after WW1 because the public didn't want to be apart of another war which concerned Europe, and a war looked inevitable. Although the US hadn't suffered nearly as much as France or Britain as a result of WW1, the public felt that their troops shouldn't die because of a war in Europe. Because the US is a democracy, the government had to follow public opinion. This is my understanding of it, hope it helped:)
  • DallasLifeBaby01
i found that on answers.com and my teacher said it was incorrect but thanks for offering your help

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