Which of the following phrases accurately describes Roosevelt's good-neighbor policy?
U.S. pledge not to intervene in Latin America
"It was like a lending a garden hose to a neighbor whose house was burning."
This statement by President Roosevelt is consistent with all of the following policies EXCEPT
the Neutrality Acts
Which of the following was an expression of isolationism in the 1930s?
the Nye Committee
In the 1930s, the foreign policies of Japan and the United States were chiefly in conflict over
Japanese invasion of China
On the home front, U.S. involvement in World War II brought about
increased employment of women
Korematsu v. U.S.
the Supreme Court upheld the government's practice of
placing Japanese Americans in internment camps
Consequences of truman's decision to use the atomic bomb against Japan included all of the following EXCEPT
full-scale invasion of Japan by U.S. troops
At which of the following conferences did Stalin agree to hold free elections in the countries of Eastern Europe?
Which is an accurate characterization of how U.S. foreign policy changed from 1938 to early 1941?
from neutrality to support the Britain
From 1942 to 1945, the United States was allied with
Great Britain and the Soviet Union
Chapter 25: Diplomacy and World War II