AP U.S. History 4.5 Period 7: 1890-1945

AP U.S. History 4.5 Period 7: 1890-1945. The process represented in this image most directly led to...what?

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process represented in the image is production I eat industrialization

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So what did all that hard work making stuff lead

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to option A Did it lead to the popular commitment

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to advancing democratic ideas Well democracy was like the sticky

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stuff holding the allied forces together It was also quite

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contrary to the fascism preferred by at least two thirds

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of the axis powers and as we know it's important

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not to agree with the enemy However our image and

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the process of production on the home front don't really

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have much to do with democracy let alone commitment to

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its advancement So get rid of a submit me to

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the quick taste test here Did the process represented in

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our image most directly lead to debates over u s

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intervention while the u s entered world war two following

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the events of pearl harbor in december nineteen forty one

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that was the attack that woke us up in a

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hurry The issue with option b is timing Our image

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was printed in nineteen forty two but at this point

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the u s was already at war meaning that it

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was already past the due date for u s intervention

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debates All right d did The process represented our image

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most directly lead to debate over american values Well there's

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nothing like a warm cookie crumble but people are banding

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together to pick up pieces to make what they could

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of the situation Even the crumbs of a cookie or

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worth something However the process of production on the home

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front as represented our image would likely have strengthened everyday

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people's perception of american values rather than call them into

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question So he is out All right see did the

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process of production lead to the u s and allied

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victory Well there were many contributing factors but uh yeah

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unlike some of our previously debatable options we can't turn

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our noses up at sea as the growing industrial production

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was a major contributing factor to the u s and

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allied victory new weaponry planes here and so on they

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all helped out in a big way So see is

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the right answer Hey at least planes air never told 00:02:16.93 --> [endTime] too