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.
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.
FIGHT 'TIL THE BRINK OF VICTORY
Neutrality Acts of 1935-1939
No loans, steer away from war, embargo on goods, cash and carry circumstances
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.