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 What are the reasons for the reverse course u.s. foreign policy?

Answer Nations consist of people; people change. Foreign policie's have to reflect that change too.
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How and for what reasons did the US foreign policy change between 1920 1941?

State Department and State Department of Homeland Security
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What was the reasons behind the new expansionism that characterized US foreign policy in the 1890s?

What reasons did the us change foreign policy from 1920-1941?

America tried to remain neutral while still supporting the allied nations
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The Fourteen Points was a speech made by United States President Wilson to a joint session of Congress. It was the only explicit statement of war aims by any of the nations fighting in World War one.
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