Early American Wars

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Participation in World War I would represent a fundamental break of foreign policy tradition by the United States of avoiding direct military involvement in European conflicts. In addition to an isolationist foreign policy tradition, another factor against an American intervention was the growth in the United States of a relatively vibrant peace movement in the years from 1900 to 1914...
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The peace movement contained many prominent and respected members of the business community and government, and was a political force to be reckoned with. But one of the most important potential deterrents to war lay in the multi-cultural nature of America's many ethnic identities. Large-scale immigration, especially from the eastern and southern parts of Europe, had created "a society where approximately seventeen million Americans were foreign born...
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