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22. The phrase that best describes the shift in America’s world position from the pre- to the post- World War II eras is
a. internationalism to isolationism.
b. isolationism to internationalism.
c. containment to isolationism.
d. interventionism to isolationism.
e. None of these answers is correct.


I would say A !

  • Government US -

    You must be kidding!! Have you looked up these words' definitions?

    http://www.answers.com
    or
    http://www.dictionary.com

  • Government US -

    The foreign policy of the U.S. during the cold war years is called "containment" (of Communism).

    None of your choices (a to d) apply.

  • Government US -

    My bad, my answer was C !
    But then again I feel like USA still has not stop intervening so Isolationism will be wrong correct?

  • Government US -

    Yes, you're right. Isolationism certainly can't be used to describe the US ... for a long time, anyway!

    Your answer was C, but now it's ... what?

  • Government US -

    I guess it will have to be NONE OF THESE ANSWERS now.

  • Government US -

    Right

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