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Christin Childree7 July 2019Professor RatliffHY 104Module 8 AssignmentDuring the 1930s, many factors pushed America toward isolationism such as the Great Depression and the memories of the terrible losses for the first World War. With the United States’ geographical position, it made it easier for the US to avoid the ongoing conflicts with the Europeans and the Asians. However, with Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, Franklin Roosevelt could not help but to bring the United States into World War II. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the thirty-second president of the United States, began his presidency by dealing with the Great Depression and the New York Stock Exchange Crisis. He brought hope to the American people by drafting the New Deal. The New Deal consisted of different programs in which FDR hoped to restore prosperity to Americans. While Franklin Roosevelt was working on saving the economic system, he also faced a challenge with the

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