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After the Civil War, the country and every citizen, in particular, had to face the new realias of life that, in a first place, concerned the abolition of slavery in the Southern part of America.
Today, everyone talks about the huge contribution of slaves to the US economy, but no one wants to remember what it was worth to them: they lived in terrible conditions; they were tortured, punished, humiliated, and sold as a commodity, separated from relatives and loved ones.
The history of colonization in general, as well as the English colonies in North America in particular, is not something isolated, although it certainly has its own specificity. The development of England's colonial expansion in North America is organically linked with its economic and political history, the struggle of classes and parties, and with the role of England in the system of international relations.
In the course of social, political and cultural development we have been recognizing and feeling our power, our influence on the world and everything surrounding us. The understand that they are capable of controlling and changing almost every of life. Our “white” civilization had experienced much through the history making us stronger and cleverer. But all this has also made us sense our supremacy above the others.
As the First World War began, America chose to safeguard neutrality, and there were reasons for such policy. First of all, according to the Monroe Doctrine, United States were to be in charge of the Western Hemisphere only in its foreign policy.