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How did many in the United States feel about United States involvement in the war that was breaking out in Europe? A. many hoped for U.S. involvement to rid Europe of the fascist governments in power B. many hoped to remain isolationist and focus on local issues C. many saw the war as a chance to escape an economic depression D. enlistment in the military skyrocketed, demonstrating a high support of U.S. involvement
Many hoped to remain isolationist and focus on local issues is how many felt in the U.S. while war was breaking out in Europe.
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Many hoped to remain isolationist and focus on local issues is how many felt in the U.S. while war was breaking out in Europe.
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