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US isolationism in the 1930s: democracy came under increasing threat in the 1930s. Why did the world's most powerful democracy not seem interested?

McCulloch, T; (2007) US isolationism in the 1930s: democracy came under increasing threat in the 1930s. Why did the world's most powerful democracy not seem interested? 20th Century History Review , 2 (2) pp. 1-5. Green open access

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Title: US isolationism in the 1930s: democracy came under increasing threat in the 1930s. Why did the world's most powerful democracy not seem interested?
Location: UK
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Language: English
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URI: https://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/10117674
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