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Until the 1900s, the United States tried to stay out of foreign wars and mostly avoided working with other countries except for trading. Which term best fits this description of United States foreign policy prior to the 20th century? (3 points)

A. Imperialism

B. Capitalism

C. Interventionism

D. Isolationism

I think the answer is D.

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