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Trump is beginning to reverse 70 years of U.S. foreign policyIn his first days in office, Donald Trump has begun to reverse the domestic policies of the previous eight years. But with regard to America's relations with the world, Trump seems far more radical. First, that America's security is enhanced by its broad and deep alliances around the world. Second, that an open global economy is not a zero-sum game but rather allows America to prosper and others to grow. Mathews notes that for 30 years now, Donald Trump has attacked these views as costly naivete that has allowed the world to rip off America.To secure all this, FDR understood that America would need to be permanently engaged with the world in a way it had never been before.The dominant foreign policy ideas in America at the time were represented by a movement called "America First".
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