By James M. McCormick
This accomplished textual content examines the way in which international coverage has replaced from its earliest years during the post-9/11 years and past. It additionally seems to be on the methods values and ideology approximately international coverage have replaced over the process U.S. heritage and demonstrates how the values and ideology of various family elements impact the international coverage decision-making strategy.
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Importantly, it also represented an attempt to control foreign influences. In economic policy, the Smoot-Hawley tariff of 1930 was passed, imposing high tariffs on foreign products to be sold in the United States. Such protectionist legislation was yet a further attempt to isolate the nation from global economic influences. Further, in the words of one analyst, “the belief . . that the Depression stemmed from forces abroad against which the United States had to insulate itself . . ”53 In the political arena, the isolationist impulse was equally pronounced.
S. Senate failed to approve the Versailles peace treaty by the necessary two-thirds vote. 82 Clearly, despite America’s long-standing rejection of balance of power politics, it remained unwilling S N L 27 28 PART I VALUES AND POLICIES IN AMERICAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS to increase its global involvement in order to destroy it. Instead, it reaffirmed its isolationist beliefs and in the 1920s reverted to “normalcy,” remaining in that posture throughout the 1930s. The return to isolationism was manifested in another way in the interwar years.
As the reconstruction efforts dragged on and as American casualties mounted, nearly three-quarters of the public viewed the war as a mistake as of 2007. That year also saw presidential approval plummet, with President Bush’s approval rating reaching the low 30 and high 20 percent range (See Chapter 6). In contrast to this attitude on limited war is the American public’s response to the “war on terrorism” immediately after 9/11. When President Bush issued his clarion call for an all-out effort against terrorism that included all actions necessary, the public responded with the highest levels of support ever received by an American president.
American Foreign Policy and Process (5th Edition) by James M. McCormick