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From the Shadow of War to WW II History 17B Mr. Bsharah
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Questions to Consider: How did the United States find itself involved in another war it tried to avoid? Compare and contrast the U.S. role in World War II with its involvement in World War I. How did the U.S. involvement in World War II affect the home front? Analyze the social, political, diplomatic, and economic effects of World War II on the development of the United States.
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U.S. Moves in the 1920s and 1930s Latin America and Good Neighborism Build Hemispheric Solidarity American Continentalism American Attitude of Status Quo Western Leadership
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The Drift Towards War
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Causes of World War II World Depression leads to Totalitarian
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Unformatted text preview: Governments Militarism Nationalism Imperialism Lack of Collective Security Appeasement American Neutrality Legislation 1. Laws favored well-armed aggressors 2. Implied the U.S. would do nothing U.S. Entry into WW II Pearl Harbor First Priority: Trading Space for Time Executive Order 9066: Korematusu vs U.S. Building a War Machine European Theatre Pacific Theatre Manhattan Project Effects of WW II Economic Costs Social Millions of Refugees/ Holocaust/ Dead and Wounded Nuclear Age Political 2 Powers: Realignment and Polarization of World Nuclear Nightmare...
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