Was the US involvement in World War 1 unavoidable?
no it wasnt are u kidding me no it wasnt are u kidding me
World War 2 was the only war with US involvement that didn't involve a large, organized dissent movement. Pearl Harbor was evidence that an 'isolationist' stance was untenable. As knowledge of fascist and Nazi atrocities increased, more and more of the US population saw that US involvement was defendable. See link.
For purely political reasons. On December 6 most Americans had been firmly against US involvement in the current war. On December 8, they were furious with Japan, and ready to support a war against Japan, and Japan only. The men lining up outside enlistment offices that morning wanted to go kill Japs. The Roosevelt administration knew that eventual US involvement in the war was almost unavoidable. However a US president must lead by persuasion, and…