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Attack on Pearl Harbor

“I have said this before, but I shall say it again and again and again: Your boys are not going to be sent into any foreign wars,” promised Franklin D. Roosevelt as he campaigned for a third term, Oct. 30, 1940.

FDR addressed Congress on appropriations for national defense, July 10, 1940: “I said … keep this nation from being drawn into the war. … We will not send our men to take part in European wars.”

FDR told the Young Democratic Clubs of America, April 20, 1940: “We are keeping out of the wars that are going on in Europe and in Asia. … Our opponents are seeking to frighten the country by telling people that the present Administration is deliberately … drifting into war. You know better than that.”

FDR told the New York Herald Tribune Forum, Oct. 26, 1939: “The United

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