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In the mid 1930's, the Special Committee on Investigation of the Munitions Industry, also known as the Nye Committee, investigated the motivations behind the push for US entry into World War 1. Its findings that the banking and munitions industries were largely responsible led to further sentiments of isolationism among the American public.

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One reason that may explain the US's drift to isolationism after WWI is its failure to join the League of Nations. Because it did not join the League of Nations, it was kept out of European affairs.

actually Americans wanted to stay out of European affairs, so we didn't join the League of Nations.

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1) The consequences of WWI; deaths and loans.

2) The Great Depression

3) Fear of entering another war

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the goal of the U.S to isolate themselves after World War 1 was to avoide political ties to other countries

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