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Why did the US refuse to get involved in World War 2?

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2009-05-27 21:03:03
2009-05-27 21:03:03

The u.s. DID get involved.

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Actually the US did get involved in World War 2.


the us didn't want to get involved in the war.


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The sinking of the Lusitania caused the US to get involved.



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