World War II Essay | United States Entry into WWII

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United States Entry into WWII

Summary: The actions of Franklin D. Roosevelt and how he lead America to war.
United States Entry into WWII

Franklin D. Roosevelt was the most influential individual involved with getting the United States of America into World War Two. His actions though out the late 1930's and early 1940's, have been questioned and examined by every modern historian. These historians take one of two very different views on FDR's actions. On one side there are the Isolationists, which feel the illegal actions of the President forced America through the "back door" of war. They feel that both FDR and Churchill knew off the impending doom of Pearl Harbor and yet did everything in there power to see that it would slingshot America onto the battlefields of Europe and Asia. On the other side, are the Internationalists, who felt Roosevelt was playing a very delicate balancing game of following what the nation's people want and at the same time trying...

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