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Stone LoganHY 104Dr. Ratliff October 15, 2019Module 8 EssayDuring some of the worst times in the U.S, including the Great Depression, Americans focused more on the monetary issues versus concentrating on the broader global issues. During the Roosevelt Administration, the focus on how to build a global exchange took a front seat, while the issues of universal cash and resolving war commitments took a back seat. In his Inauguration Address, Roosevelt spoke of the falling trade in the United States as evidenced bythe Reciprocal Trade Agreement Act of 1934. This act decreased assessments on nations exchanging with the United States in return for diminished fare charges on the United Sates. Around 1935, the rising leadership of Adolf Hitler in Germany and Benito Mussolini in Italy wascreating a contentious environment in Europe. Americans in general rebelled against doing anything European in nature. Roosevelt tried to stay neutral for the safety of America. In an

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