Partisan positions on isolationism vs. Internationalism, 1918-1933
Date of Award
Doctor of Social Science (DSS)
Oscar Theodore Barck
History, isolationism, internationalism, American political parties, regional differences
This dissertation explores the issue of whether, and if so at what points, one American political party was more isolationist (versus internationalist) than the other, in the era 1918-1933. This includes not only politico-military matters directly connected with international peace, but also socio-economic problems, as viewed by the Republicans and the Democrats, both nationally and regionally.
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Butler, Harold Tiffany, "Partisan positions on isolationism vs. Internationalism, 1918-1933" (1963). Social Science - Dissertations. Paper 148.