5.01 .pdf - Step 1\u200b Think about these big questions \u25cf When was the tipping point at which the United States could no longer be considered an

5.01 .pdf - Step 1u200b Think about these big questions...

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Step 1 : Think about these big questions: When was the tipping point at which the United States could no longer be considered an isolated nation? The United States could no longer be considered an isolated country because of the bombings on Pearl Harbor which were caused by the Japanese Government. At what point could the United States no longer avoid involvement in World War II? The USA could not avoid involvement after the pearl bombing. This was one of the first steps of the US getting involved with the war. It ended with Japan being bombed with 2 atomic bombs. Step 2 : Respond to each of the prompts below in a separate paragraph: 1. Explain the reasons for U.S. neutrality during the 1920s and 1930s. How did ideas about neutrality change during the period from the end of World War I to the passage of the Lend-Lease Act? Be sure to include any events, terms, or people that may support your response. Over the years the United States stayed isolated. They did not want to be involved with foreign countries in order to
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