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Why the United States Entered World War Two

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Autonomy and Responsibility: Why the United States Entered World War II

World War II was an exceptional war for the United States. The United States emerged from the war as a world superpower and protector of all other nations. There were many reasons why the United States entered World War II, however President Franklin Roosevelt was in some way directly connected to every reason. Roosevelt wanted to enter World War II as soon as it started for political and economic needs. However, the American people did not want to enter in another war, such as World War I, that costs so many lives and money. Therefore, Roosevelt schemed a plan to enter the United States into World War II that would change the minds of the American people, including the direct aiding of Great Britain, the German bombing of a United States warship, and the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor.

President Franklin Roosevelt was one of the greatest presidents in the history of the United States. He created economic stability when the United States was suffering through the Great Depression. In his first th...

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5 Robert H. Ferrell, America as a World Power, 1872-1945, (New York: Harper & Row
Publishers Inc., 1971), p. 265.

6 Arthur Meier Schlesinger, p. 46.

7 Hamilton Fish, FDR: The Other Side of the Coin, (New York: Vantage Press 1976), pp.

8 Hamilton Fish, p. 139.

9 Bruce R. Bartlett, Cover-up: The Politics of Pearl Harbor, (New York: Arlington
House, 1978), pp. 56-87.

10 Arthur Meier Schlesinger, p. 54.

11 Arnold A. Offner, p. 134.

12 Hamilton Fish, p. 133-139.

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