8 November, 07:43
What were the two economic goals of U. S. foreign policy during the 1920s?
8 November, 07:51
To protect domestic producers and expand exports to new markets.
The 1920s was an era in the United States during which economic policy was more accepting of protectionism, as opposed to our current times. During these years, protective measures were seen as beneficial for domestic producers. However, there was also an emphasis in exporting these products to new international markets.
8 November, 08:22
to protect domestic producers and expand exports to new markets
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