How did the U.S. become the Arsenal of Democracy?
Arsenal of Democracy:
Late in 1940, the President of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt, made a speech to the public calling for the US to be the "Arsenal of Democracy." This was an effort to participate in World War without actually fighting in the war.
Answer and Explanation:
What Roosevelt was doing was trying to convince the American public that the US should help Great Britain fight against Germany in some fashion, even...
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In this lesson, you'll learn about the impact World War II on American and European society. We'll explore the notable social changes and trends brought about by the war.