American Isolationism during World War II. By John . American Isolationism. Who started the isolationism in American? Who was involved? What were the effects of isolation? Where did most of the major events happen? Why did American support isolation?
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The experience of World War II changed American attitudes toward isolationism. The United States recognized that to be safe it needed allies. As a result, the country’s postwar policy was based on international cooperation and collective security.
Most of the decisions about isolationism came in the United States and Europe