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America during ww2.
The Home Front in America
President Roosevelt felt by this time that it was only a matter of time before the USA was drawn into the war. Roosevelt was facing an American public that wanted nothing to do with the war, however. He made several moves that would help the US prepare for that day. On Sept 16, 1940 the United States military conscription (draft) bill passed.
FDR (the common reference to Franklin Delano Roosevelt) also was greatly concerned about the Battle of Britain. Most in the government knew that if Great Britain fell it would allow Germany to capture all of Europe. FDR was a…
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