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1939 laws designed to keep the United States out of future wars
Neutrality Acts
WWII policy that required nations at war to pay cash for all nonmilitary goods and to be responsible for transporting the good from the US
cash and carry
group formed in 1940 by isolationists to block further aid to Britain
America First Committee
1941 law that authorized the President to aid any nation whose defense he believed was vital to American security
Lend-Lease Act
What steps did Roosevelt take to help Britain up until the attack on Pearl Harbor?
Roosevelt provided them with weapons, ships, free materials. He also transported it for them.
Describe the events leading up to and following the attack on Pearl Harbor.
The United States kept refusing to give Japan oil and raw materials, such as steel. Then Japan got a new Prime Minister who was for war against the US. They took over IndoChina then planned the attack on Pearl Harbor. After Pearl Harbor, the United States declared war on Japan, and German and Italy declared war on the US.