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    This job analyzes American foreign policy regarding World War I in the period 1914-April, 1917. What do you feel were the main causes of America's eventual involvement in the war?

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    Problem: This job analyzes American foreign policy regarding World War I in the period 1914-April, 1917. What do you feel were the main causes of America's eventual involvement in the war?

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    The United States proclaimed neutrality when the war broke out, but though there were German sympathizers in the country, the national mood swung almost universally towards the Entente (Allied powers). America had long been friends with France, and tightened their bonds with Britain in recent years, while they had little history with Germany. Oft-exaggerated propaganda about German atrocities in the early part of the war helped to ...

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