American History

Assess FDR's conduct of American foreign policy after 1935. When and why did he move from isolationism to interventionism in the European war? Why wasn't he more candid with the American people about what he was doing? Do you think he purposely led the US into war? Why or why not?

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    http://www.sparknotes.com/biography/fdr/section11.rhtml

    http://faculty.virginia.edu/setear/students/fdrneutr/Timelines.htm

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