Class Notes

WWII brought new internal issues for the Democratic Party.  FDR knew that we would need to get involved in some way, but conservative Democrats feared that the War would allow the government to grow even larger. There were enough concerned Democrats still left in the party that they were able to pass a series of neutrality laws in 1939 to guarantee the U.S. did not get entangled in the conflict.

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