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Roosevelt torpedoed the London Economic Conference of 1933 because

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Seeking to withdraw from overseas commitments and colonial expense, the United States in 1934 promised future independence to

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Roosevelt's good neighbor policy toward Latin America included

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The immediate response of most Americans to the rise of the Fascist dictators Mussolini and Hitler was

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The Neutrality Acts of 1935, 1936, and 1937 provided that

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The effect of the strict American arms embargo during the civil war between the Loyalist Spanish government and Franco's Fascist rebels was

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The policy of appeasing the Fascist dictators reached its low point in 1938 when Britain and France sold out Czechoslovakia to Hitler in the conference at

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The "cash-and-carry" Neutrality Act of 1939 was cleverly designed to

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The "destroyers-for-bases" deal of 1940 provided that

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The twin events that precipitated the reversal of American policy from neutrality to active, though nonbelligerent, support of the Allied cause were

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In the campaign of 1940, the Republican nominee Wilkie essentially agreed with Roosevelt on the issue of

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The Lend-Lease Act clearly marked

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The provisions of the Atlantic Charter signed by Roosevelt and Churchill in 1941 included

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By the fall of 1940, American warships were being attacked by German destroyers near the coast of

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The key issue in the failed negotiations with Japan just before Pearl Harbor was

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International economic conference on stabilizing currency that was sabotaged by FDR

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Nation to which the US promised independence in the Tydings-McDuffie Act of 1934

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FDR's repudiation of Theodore Roosevelt's Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, stating his intention to work cooperatively with Latin American nations

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A series of laws enacted by Congress in the mid-1930s that attempted prevent any American involvement in future overseas wars

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Conflict between the rebel Fascist forces of General Francisco Franco and the Loyalist government that severely tested US neutrality legislation

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Roosevelt's 1937 speech that proposed strong US measures against overseas aggressors

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European diplomatic conference in 1938 where Britain an dFrance conceded to Hitler's demands for Czechoslovakia

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Term for the British-French policy of attempting to prevent war by granting German demands

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Leading US group advocating American support for Britain in the fight against Hitler

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Leading isolationist group advocating that America focus on continental defense and non-involvement with the European war.

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Controversial 1941 law that made America the "arsenal of democracy" by providing supposedly temporary military material assistance to Britain

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Communist nation invaded by Hitler in June 1941that was also aided by American lend-lease

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US-British agreement of August 1941 to promote democracy and establish a new international organization for peace

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US destroyer sunk by German submarines off the coast of Iceland in October 1941, with the loss of over a hundred men

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Major American Pacific naval base devastated in a surprise attack in December 1941

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Courageous prime minister who led Britain's lonely resistance to Hitler

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Leader of the "America First" organization and chief spokesman for US isolationism

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African nation invaded by an Italian dictator in 1935

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Dynamic dark horse Republican presidential nominee who attacked FDR only on domestic policy

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Fanatical Fascist leader of Germany whose aggressions forced the United States to abandon its neutrality

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instigator of 1934 Senate hearings that castigated World War I munitions manufacturers as "merchants of death"

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Naiton whose sudden fall to Hitler in 1940 pushed the United States closer to direct aid to Britain

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Site of a naval base where Japan launched a devastating surprise attack on the United States

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North Atlantic nation near whose waters US destroyers came under Nazi submarine attack

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Small East European democracy betrayed into Hitler's hands at Munich

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The lesser partner of the Rome-Berlin Axis who invaded Ethiopia and joined the war against France and Britian

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FDR's secretary of state, who promoted reciprocal trade agreements, especially with Latin America

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Russian dictator who first helped Hitler destroy Poland before becoming a victim of Nazi aggression in 1941

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East European nation whose September 1939 invasion by Hitler set of World War II in Europe

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Fascist rebel against the Spanish Loyalist government

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CAUSE AND EFFECT:
FDR's refusal to support international economci cooperation in the 1930s

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CAUSE AND EFFECT:
Roosevelt's Good Neighbor Policy

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CAUSE AND EFFECT:
Bad memories of World War I and revelations about arms merchants

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CAUSE AND EFFECT:
The US Neutrality Acts of the 1930s

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CAUSE AND EFFECT:
Japanese aggression against China in 1937

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CAUSE AND EFFECT:
Hitler's invasion of Poland

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CAUSE AND EFFECT:
The fall of France in 1940

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CAUSE AND EFFECT:
Wilkie's support for fdr's pro-british foreign polisy

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CAUSE AND EFFECT:
The us embargo on oil and other supplies to japan

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CAUSE AND EFFECT:
Roosevelt's decision to convoy lend-lease shipments

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