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At the end of the Second World War the United States chose to embrace the world rather then return to the isolationism more typical of and familiar to the young nation. The bond was fragile and risked being torn asunder by those opposed to the concept of entangling alliances. Nevertheless, by the late 1940s, developments in international affairs meant that this battle had been all but won.
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