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Explain the goals of U.S. policy makers as they implemented these policies during the 1930s? The goals the US had were to not have as much tensions. The United States exercises its foreign policy through economic aid. Explain the role Senator Gerald Nye played in leading American down a path of
Japan… -The Japanese ruler was persuaded as the economic conditions worsened -During the 20s-30s, Nationalists seems to have gained power as well as militarists American Isolationists… -The strongest Midwest reps was when the AXIS Powers cause Americans to revert more into isolationism -instead of fascism and militarism, public opinion was expressed in the opposite way isolationism? Senator Gerald Nye played America down a path of isolationism by founding the NYE committee.
5 …continued on next page… The Lessons of World War I… -The realization of entering WWI as a mistake was made by Americans in the 1930s -they entered war to serve the greed of arm manufactures and bankers Main Ideas Definitions/Explanations/Notes Analysis …continued from previous page… In the years following World War I, the United States pursued a unilateral foreign policy that used international investment, peace treaties, and select military intervention to promote a vision of international order, even while maintaining U.S. isolationism, which continued to the late 1930s. Neutrality Acts… -The Neutrality Acts ensured that the US Policy would be neutral if war broke out -when the president of different nations claimed they were at war, the law would apply to the nations The Neutrality Act of 1935… This Neutrality Act prohibited arms from being shipped and the traveling of US citizens on ships The Neutrality Act of 1936… This Neutrality Act wouldn’t allow the extension of loans The Neutrality Act of 1937… This Neutrality Act didn’t allow shipment of arms to the opposing sides in civil war Spanish Civil War… Roosevelt sympathized with loyalists but they couldn’t get involved because of the neutrality acts America First Committee… Formed this committee to mobilize public opinion against war Prelude to War… Resorted in appeasement to prevent war Appeasement… Demonstrated unpreparedness of democracies in challenge 1. Ethiopia, 1935 Italian troops were attacked and invaded by Mussolini and he took over 2. Rhineland, 1936… Hitler defied the treaty by marching troops into Rhineland 3. China, 1937… Japan accidentally sunk the Panay and the US accepted their apology 4. Sudetenland, 1938…

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