Destroyer Deal, the Lend-Lease Program and the Atlantic Charter. It also focuses on the U.S. rearmament program.
The sixth chapter illustrates the importance of FDR’s public image and his “media management”. The thesis concludes with the chapter dealing with the negotiation with Japanese over China, U.S. trade embargo, Japanese protectorate over Indochina and the attack on Pearl Harbor.
In my investigation of historical events related to the foreign policy of Franklin D. Roosevelt I came to the conclusion that Franklin D. Roosevelt did not intend to lead the United States into World War II. However, under given circumstances the U.S. entry into the international conflict was inevitable.