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Internationalism vs Isolationism
Transcript of Internationalism vs Isolationism
Isolationism By: Nicole Swiatek, ST3ph@n! Brayydii,
and Michael Duschl INTERNATIONALISM: THE COOPERATION
BETWEEN NATIONS. ISOLATIONISM: THE ACT OF REMAINING APART
FROM THE AFFAIRS OF OTHER
COUNTRIES. HISTORY ««« MONROE DOCTRINE WHO?? James Monroe When?? December 2nd 1823 HAWLEY-SMOOT TARIFF ACT A TARRIF IS A TAX
OR DUTY TO BE PAID
ON A PARTICULAR CLASS
OF IMPORTS OR EXPERTS who? President Hoover When? 1930 What? The Act made foreign countries
retaliate with their own
tariff Acts. Led to ... > A decline in US foreign trade
> The depression intensified INTERNATIONALISM OR ISOLATIONISM What?? warned European countries
not to interfere in the affairs
of the W. hemisphere Lend Lease Act Who? President Roosevelt When? July 1940 Why? British Prime Minister Winston Churchill requested help from Roosevelt after 11 British destroyers got ruined by the German Navy. What? Roosevelt exchanged 50 destroyers for 99 year leases on British bases in the Caribbean and Newfoundland. Internationalism??
Isolationism?? Why is it both? FDR wanted to support Britain but promised to keep the US out of the war. Spending Easy As This..... US for Nationalism?
More $$ Is Spent
[ War, troops, supplies ] US for Isolationism?
Less Money is Spent
[ Not involved in wars ] ( Over the years, the amount of money spent has increased dramatically) Organizations 4 The Troops: NGO that provides needs for homeless Veterans that have medical issues. Council on Foreign Relations: USAID, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, and Middle East Partnership Initiative. Provide funds for countries who meet certain democratic standards. Pros and Cons Internationalism vs Isolationism Pros:
- More Resources
- Different P.O.V.
- Stronger Allies Cons:
- Consequences involving war
- Too much money spent
- Tension btwn countries. Internationalism: Isolationism Pros:
-Not being involved in war
-Spending less money Cons:
-Kept out of the loop w/ other countries
-Could affect trade Overview - not a SPECIFIC policy - tough to decide in what aspects it'd be best to be involved with or not involved with. Isolationism?
Internationalism? - differed with each president (L) Representative Willis C. Hawley and
Senator Reed Smoot (R)
Whom the tariff is named after.