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Do now in your own words define isolation and neutral

Do Now: In your own words, define isolation and neutral.

Objectives: Students will be able to...

identify key details from images on American Isolationism

define Isolationism and Neutrality

speak and listen within a small group setting. 


Isolationism vs neutrality
Isolationism vs. Neutrality?

  • What do they mean?

  • What’s the difference?


American neutrality
American Neutrality

  • Sacrifice of WWI seemed pointless with rise of Dictators…

  • Americans began to support Isolationism



Legislating neutrality
Legislating Neutrality

  • Neutrality Act of 1935 –

  • Spanish Civil War –

  • Anti-CominternPact – Japan, Germany, Italy become AXIS POWERS

  • Neutrality Act of 1937 –


Fdr and internationlism
FDR and Internationlism

  • FDR:

  • Internationalism – Idea that trade between countries creates prosperity and helps prevent war

  • Loophole in the Neutrality Act (China vs. Japan)


Freedom from fear
Freedom from Fear

“When an epidemic of physical disease starts to spread, the community . . . joins in a quarantine of the patients in order to protect the health of the com- munity against the spread of the disease. . . . War is a contagion, whether it be declared or undeclared. . . . There is no escape through mere isolation or neutrality. . . . “