Test: AP US Government

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Isolationism is __________

The name given to the anti-Catholic fever that gripped American social and political life in the first half of the Twentieth Century.

When a President voted out of office, but still has a few months before he is replaced by the newly elected President.

a government policy that argues that the United States should not get involved in foreign conflicts.

A policy, dominant in the Twentieth Century, where the United States tries to act as an arbiter in foreign conflicts.

a situation where the President is up against Legislative and Judicial Branches are controlled by the opposition party.

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