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What does this cartoon suggest about American neutrality at the beginning of World War II? American forces had enemies all over the world and were powerless to prevent their enemies' spread. America's lack of involvement would result in the Axis powers taking over the world's territory. American territory was far too well protected for the Axis powers to invade and conquer. American merchants should stay neutral and restrict arms sales to warring nations.

William Cain

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Samantha Barber on August 21, 2018

Assuming that this refers to the same series of cartoons that was posted before with this question, the answer would be "in the united states the lack of participation would be the result of the Axis powers, taking the world's territory", since this was drawn by an interventionist who knew of the dangers of Nazi Germany.

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