American Involvement in WWII

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“American Involvement in World War II I. Point A. The United States should not become involved in European wars. 1. Still recovering from WWI and struggling with the great depression. a. Many Americans believed their country should remain neutral in the war in Europe. 2. Representative James F. O’Connor voiced the country’s reservation when he brought up the fact that we risk us financially and military. a. They will become their own victim in their own crime. b. They will lose money, men, and they couldn’t right now because of the depression. 3. The widely admired aviator Charles Lindbergh risked his reputation by stating his hopes that the future of America was not tied to these external wars in Europe. a. Americans should fight anybody and everybody who attempts to interfere with our own internal strengths. b. He thought democracy would be saved if we use our forceful ways. II. Counterpoint
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