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World War 2 Currently nations throughout Europe and in the Pacific are facing situations that can potentially have a detrimental effect on their national security as well as serious long-term effects on their independence Since the year of 1939 Germany and France have been the main source of conflict in Europe Now that France has fallen Germany has the potential to gain great power in Europe In fact our ally Britain is currently at war with Germany However this is not the only dilemma that the world facing Japan who is allies with Germany is rapidly attempting to expand into East Asia The United States of America being a great world power must determine what our place and role is going to be in the serious aforementioned situations If we do decide to intervene in the war we mustnt forget that we would be violating the Neutrality Act of 1935 which prohibits the United States from giving assistance to any nation that is involved in foreign conflicts Most importantly we must vigilantly consider the policies and tactics that the United States will use in regard to the war taking place in Europe as well as the policies and tactics we will follow in regard to the situation in the Pacific The major question is whether or not the United States should abandon our policy of isolationism that congress and the citizens of our country profoundly believe in The United States has a choice The country must determine whether or not it will intervene in the war by aiding Britain in order to prevent Germany form becoming a super world power It is important to analyze what the possible consequences will be by determining the negative as well as positive aspects of the particular policies and tactics that the United States can follow The threat of German attack against Britain to take away her independence is immense
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