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Throughout the first half of the twentieth century, the United States was being pulled slowly out of its Isolationist mode and into assuming a role of greater global prominence and influence. The country, according to many historians, did not take easily to this. While incorporating itself more into the Global Economy of the twentieth century, the United States had to take care of the needs of the American people in terms of food an agriculture, child labor, education, political restructuring, just to name a few. In a well thought out and well written thesis paragraph please discuss the three main issues you believe to be the most important contributions to the new role of the United States up to 1950 (when World War II ends and the Cold War begins).

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Interestingly, in the twentieth century, the US despite a strong isolationist and neutral approach, emerged as a significant global player. Three main issues that made the US evolve at the international level were...
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