WILL FAN AND MEDAL
1:Why was the foreign policy of Harding and also Coolidge called isolationist?
a:Because the U.S. felt that it did not need any other country's help.
b:Because the other countries were too far away for the U.S. to become involved in business with them.
c:Because the U.S. had its own problems.
d:Because they both believed the U.S. should stay out of the business of other countries.
e:Because Americans did not want to share diseases.
2:What is the economic and government policy of laissez-faire?
a:Laissez-faire means non-interference and is in the best interest of the nation.
b:Laissez-faire means to help people all that you can.
c:Laissez-faire means that you cannot give people everything they want.
d:Laissez-faire means to do the best you can and then some.
e:Laissez-faire means you cannot please all of the people all of the time.
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Number 2 is A i think
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I'm not sure about the first, sorry.
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history really isn't my thing but I'll give it a shot
"isolationist" policy generally means that a country stays out of the affairs of other countries
and "laissez-faire" literally means "let it be", which translates to a government that doesn't interfere in the economy except when necessary