USA-Isolationism

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Why didn't the USA want to join the L of N?
As Europe was thousands of miles away so had nothing to do with them, they had already lost lots of American Soldiers- didnt want to lose anymore making Europe peaceful and didnt want to spend money in them,
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Before the war, what was the USA isolated and when they joined the war, what happened to it?
They were isolated from world politics but it was abolished.
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What did the people want to do after the war? What is the term used to describe what they wanted to return to and who was it said by?
They wanted to return to 'normalcy' which is Warren Harding's ways of saying America wants to return to isolationism,
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Who was Warren Harding? As a republican what did he want for America and what was his slogan?
He was the Republican President candidate of 1920 and became President by 1921 As a republican, he wants isolation from sortign out the world's problems. His slogan wwas 'America first',
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How did 'normalcy' affect the League of Nations and the economy and the rise of who?
USA didnt join the L of N so it was weakened and it could be argued it failed becuase of this. Economy- It led to tariffs on foreign goods which affected trade and caused the great depression in 1930. May have led to rise of Hitler as it caused GD.
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Before the war, what was the USA isolated and when they joined the war, what happened to it?

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They were isolated from world politics but it was abolished.

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Who was Warren Harding? As a republican what did he want for America and what was his slogan?

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How did 'normalcy' affect the League of Nations and the economy and the rise of who?

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