Essay On The Spanish American War

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From Isolation to Global Involvement From the time of the Spanish American War through the conclusion of the Cold War, the United States went from relative isolation to increased global involvement because of 1.political and technological innovation, 2.greater economic strength and 3. effective scientific strategy. The consequences of this increased global involvement on American society were 4.becoming a typical capitalist country and 5.make American people's life more abundant. 1. political and technological innovation Innovation in both politic and technology has ensured America’s rapid rise since the late 19th century. In 1983, Frederick Jackson Turner who was one of the most influential historians presented a "frontier thesis". He expressed that the frontier which between savagery and civilization is the important line to accelerate the development of America[1]. This thesis has influenced many American leaders, even continues influence historical thinking today.[2] The Spanish American War…show more content…
Because the communism against the ideology of America which is support for free or open for trade and investment as well as faith in private free enterprise.[6] Therefore, Truman presented his doctrine about adopting a hostile attitude towards socialism countries. In the doctrine, he said “One of the primary objectives of the foreign policy of the United States is the creation of conditions in which we and other nations will be able to work out a way of life free from coercion.” Which emphasized the importance of that America helps other nation in terms of their economic processes and political stability.[7] Truman Doctrine can be viewed as the beginning of the cold war. Also, it showed the America’s foreign policy to the whole world. Accordingly, the United States would have more trade partners which was able to help it stabilize a free market and expand market in other
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