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Use this American History and US Foreign Policy video entitled The Road to War To 1917 to study how the cautionary vision of the Founding Fathers, the westward expansion implicated by Manifest Destiny, and the "big stick" outlook championed by Theodore Roosevelt limited or influenced America's involvement in international affairs.

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  • History of Foreign Policy in the United States. Learn about U.S. Foreign Policy and The Road to War To 1917. Follow America's transformation from a newcomer on the international scene to a leader in world affairs.
  • Examine U.S. foreign policy from the adoption of the Constitution in 1788 to America's retreat into isolationism during the early years of the Great Depression.
  • Explore how the cautionary vision of the Founding Fathers, the westward expansion implicated by Manifest Destiny, and the 'big stick' outlook championed by Theodore Roosevelt limited or influenced America's involvement in international affairs.
  • Understand the reasons for America's neutrality at the outbreak of World War 1 and the forces that eventually compelled the nation's entrance into that conflict.
  • Gain insight to the ways in which the idealism of Woodrow Wilson and the outcome of World War 1 impacted American society and U.S. foreign policy, while probing the reasons why the Senate did not approve U.S. membership in the League of Nations.
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