Pearl Harbor Speech
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This paper examines how the Pearl Harbor speech of Franklin Roosevelt fit with policies pursued against Japan and whether the actions taken brought a stisfactory resolution or created more problems for the United States.
From the Paper:"President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's speech before Congress to formally request a declaration of war against the Empire of Japan pursuant to Article I of the Constitution, marked the culmination of years of political maneuvering in American politics, exacerbated by years of watching Japan flout international conventions and treaties made with the United States and Japan, as well as by the growing war of conquest undertaken by the Axis countries, Germany, Japan and Italy. The speech was America's first response to Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. It demonstrated..."
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