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 What was the US foreign policy in the World War 1 and 2 era?

Answer AnswerThe U.S. policy for WWI was isolationism and for WWII it was also isolationism until Pearl Harbor was attacked.The U.S. claimed neutrality during the early years of world war 1
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How did the US foreign policy change in the 1930's compared to the US foreign policy after World War 1?

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the Staggers Rail Act, which has resulted in rail profits and improved service. The act marked the most significant change in rail policy since the Interstate Commerce Act of 1887.
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