FDR's Early Foreign Policy

The US contributed to the war effort before Peal Harbor!

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The Neutrality Acts of the 1930s

It Forbade all loans or credits to belligerents. It ensured the US's isolation from the war temporarily.

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The Lend-Lease Act of 1941

This law made the US an "arsenal for democracy"; the US provided mlitary supplies and assistance to it's allies in WWII.
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The Atlantic Charter

A secreet agreement between FDR and Churchill about the Allies goals in WWII. It sought to promote democracy after WWII and make better international relations between countries.
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Destroyer for bases deal with Britain

FRD's compromise for helping Britain ; Britain received 50 old US destroyers in exchange for land for the US military in the Caribbean.