FDR's Foreign Policy

By: Allie McKee

If you don't come to Democracy, Democracy will come to you

Lend-Lease Act of 1941

Kept U.S. out of war and allowed American arms to be lent or leased to the democracies of the world that needed them.

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The Atlantic Charter of 1941

Similar to Wilson’s 14 points. Encouraged Democracy and no territorial change. Right of people to choose government and disarmament.

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Neutrality Acts of 1935-1939

No loans, steer away from war, embargo on goods, cash and carry circumstances

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Destroyer-for-Bases deal with Britain

The trade of British Navy destroyer ships from the U.S. for the use of British military bases with free rent from Britain.

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