J Chapter 26 PSDs

J Chapter 26 PSDs - about what he is concerned about...

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Chapter 26 PSDs 26-2 3) Roosevelt proposes that the United States mobilize the arsenal of democracy, and “furnish” the European to-be-Allies by selling them weapons of war, thereby not only aiding the battle for liberty, but also guaranteeing the United States profits after the war is over. 26-3 1) The four freedoms named are the freedom of speech and expression, freedom of worship, the pursuit of property, and the freedom from fear, meaning a worldwide arms reduction. 2) Roosevelt links the two concerns by relating them to one another, stating that foreign developments will impact domestic affairs, much like Hoover stated the Great Depression was a reflection of the general world depression, exemplified in Europe after WWI. He links them because he is attempting to rally the American people to his cause, and he can’t make them care
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Unformatted text preview: about what he is concerned about without telling them how they might be effected. 26-10 1) The specific concerns that prompted the Executive order would be the threat of espionage and sabotage within the borders of the continental United States, which would of course damage the war effort. 2) Of course the order doesnt specifically name the Japanese as the target of the effort, for the same reason that laws written concerning slaves in the early years of the country didnt read slave but used a nicer sounding term. It helps alleviate the guilty conscious of the writer for one, if there is any, and also sounds better if the press gets wind of it. 26-14 1)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course HISTORY 201 taught by Professor Nokes during the Spring '11 term at BYU.

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