Imperialism Essay | Economic and Ideological Forces in Foreign Policy During the Age of Imperialism

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Economic and Ideological Forces in Foreign Policy During the Age of Imperialism

Summary: The motives of expansion provided the foundation of the foreign policy during the Age of Imperialism. Over the next few decades, our nation would spread its ideas and beliefs to other nations while strengthening economic ties with them.
When the United States entered the Age of Imperialism in the late 1800's, Washington's Isolationist policy was abandoned. Our country was developing not only in terms of people, but also economically and ideologically. The US saw a need to expand for reasons of beliefs and economics. The motives of expansion provided the foundation of the foreign policy during the Age of Imperialism. Over the next few decades, our nation would spread its ideas and beliefs to other nations while strengthening economic ties with them.

Firstly, our nation needed an output for its overabundance of industrial goods to secure its economy. Markets within the nation could no longer create the necessary demand for products and the US needed to do something with the products. It found the demand it was looking for in the foreign markets. As the US...

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