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What are the advantages of both internationalism and isolationism?





Need to help child out or a essay the question is as follows: Research the policies of internationalism and isolationism. Then discuss the advantages of both internationalism and isolationism ? This is referring to History and Foreign Policy about the time of WWI. If somebody could help me out with some info it would be great. I do not want to do foe him just be able to make sure he is on track.



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    In the years leading up to 1917, America was in a state of isolationism while paradoxically it was adopting several pro-preparadeness policies aimed to equip the nation in case of a war. The sentiment at home prior to 1916 was strongly against the conflict. The Progressives and Socialists were from the beginning critics of the war. They all clamored that this was Europe’s conflict and that America had nothing to do with it. To get involved in a messy feudal conflict would be subordinating America’s interest to one or two European rival. There was also an economic dimension for wanting the US out of the war. As long as there were troops in Europe requiring supplies and weapons, there were creditors and war manufacturers in the US who could provide them. When America entered the war to straighten Europe’s sanity, American ideals of republican democracy entered the stage. Ostensibly the war was about promoting democracy in oppressed nations — the idea that we were there to protect the popular sovereignty of the Europeans against the brutal, uncivilized Huns. In the post-War period, Wilson did his very best to promote the unique American doctrine of “self-determination” and “popular sovereignty.” He lobbied these progressive ideas at the Paris Peace Conference, with nominal success in granting several countries such as Poland and Hungary their independence. Wilson’s major project in that period was the League of Nations, an international peace body that would in theory prevent all future wars through the delegation of the world powers. He did not succeed in this venture, as it was attacked at home from both Congress and the public. Republican senators such as Henry Cabot Lodge demanded an investigation as to how and why the US got involved in the war. The NYE Committee was formed as a result of these demands, primarily it was designed to find out if the war manufacturers and creditors were in any way involved in escalating US involvement.