For most of the United State's life, it has attempted to go by the words in President Washington's farewell address. These words were interpreted to mean, "Do not form permanent alliances" ("Washington's Farewell Address"). America's role in World War I and World War II tested these words of former President Washington.
Continuing with this policy, when World War I began in 1914, the US tried to remain neutral, and see to it that its rights as
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crisis. This misconception also led Japan to Scott 4 confront the United States in 1941. Had the United States entered the war any earlier or later the consequences could have been much worse (Anderson 158).
In conclusion, President Roosevelt did a superior job in leading and bringing America into the war when he did. Evidently America entered World War 2 at the precise time and moment to once and for all take down Adolph Hitler and the third Reich.