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Unformatted text preview: Foreign Policy in the 1930s I. Hoover/Stimson Diplomacy Japan A. Japan alleges provocation – invades Manchuria – Japan quits League of Nations 1. Interventionist Sec. of State Stimson encourages embargo/Isolationist Hoover disagrees 2. 1932 - Stimson doctrine – US would not recognize new territorial acquisitions 3. League proves useless World War II technically begins II. Good Neighbor Policy – economic imperialism difficult with slowing economy – alters Roosevelt Corollary A. Hoover takes troops out of some S. American nations – treat Southern neighbors more fairly III. London Economic Conference – Summer 1933 A. American wants to stay isolated so doesn’t meet with other nations to work on ending Depression 1. Led to extreme nationalism among European countries – working together ain’t happening IV. Disarmament A. V. Congress Legislates Neutrality – World War I blamed on munitions makers wanting money A. Neutrality Acts of 1935, 1936, 1937 – America could not sell/transport to belligerents, sail on their A....
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