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Why was the US unable to enter world war 2?

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Answered 2011-03-06 23:01:49

The U.S. was never unable to enter World War 2. It had the resources and manpower. The reason why the U.S. didn't enter the war at first is because they wanted to remain neutral rather than get involved in foreign affairs.

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