they didn't want to be involved in other country's affairs and
thought they were being nosy.
US foreign policy varies with the course of the nation and conditions in the world. Sometimes the US has been isolationist- sometimes it tries to police the world. You must give a date if you want a more definitive answer.
It went from a great power to an isolationist nation, much like Japan
Just a few, the US has changed in that is has stopped being isolationist, gotten rid of slavery, and has become a world power.
Cuba is NOT part of the US. It is a separate nation.
never <><><> It is a Commonwealth of the US- not a separate nation, it's "part and NOT part" of the US. They can also be called an island/commonwealth nation, but not a soviergn/independent nation.
We claimed independance from the british.
Declaration of Independence 1776.
The US stopped pursuing an isolationist foreign policy after it was dragged into World War 2 and found itself a major power.
To stay out of European affairs.
The isolationist policies of the United States lead to a economic downfall. After World War 2 the US was able to climb out of the rigid foreign policies to international markets.
Thomas Jefferson was an isolationist. He did not want to enter into agreements with other countries, but felt the US was best served by keeping its distance.
The Cherokee nation became citizen's of The USA in 1901
The wants of Alexander Hamilton
YES. The Neutrality Acts reflected the US popular support of isolationism.
because the mounting apprehension of Adolph Hitler was boiling and the united states did not want another war anytime soon