Us 77th Congress Analysis

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The issue at hand for the U.S 77th Congress (Historical Crisis Committee) to address is the extent to which the U.S should involve itself in the second greatest war that had erupted since the first global-scale war in 1914. As Joseph H. Ball, I solemnly swear to maintain and carry out my exclusive duties in benefitting America and its citizens to the best of my ability, as a senator of the U.S. 77th Congress. P1-Past: After starting to recover from the 1930s depression, Hitler and his alliances with Italy and Japan started another war, despite the Treaty of Versailles, restricting Germany from doing any harm. In fact, the Treaty of Versailles, which had strictly reduced Germany to poverty and massive debt, caused their retaliation with the …show more content…

America will be at war with Japan or eventually, Germany, because of its involvement in preventing Axis conquest and helping Allies. Furthermore, even with withdrawal from Lend-Lease Acts in fear of war, the U.S can be removed from the Allies, suppose they overthrow the Axis, because of betrayal of their alliance. Secondly, U.S can form a compromise with Japan to tell Germany to recede from some western territories, such as France or the Rhinelands, in return for Japanese conquest of Pacific states, including China. As soon as France recovers its power, the Allies can go back and defeat the Axis with enough support and take back the Allied nations under German/Japanese rule. This can ensure a peaceful, yet strategic fight over the Axis, which results in few casualties for the Allies, especially when compromises can be used to make Germany recede from western Europe. Lastly, U.S should fight an indirect war in the Pacific with Japan alone, so China and other Pacific Allies can finally overthrow Japanese dominance, without allowing the German dictator to be informed of the situation. When he somehow does come to knowledge (by some spies) of what has happened, he will focus on regaining Japan its control, while the rest of Europe can finally overthrow the Axis rule between Germany and Italy. This strategy can ensure the minimality of casualties with the U.S fighting in the Pacific alone and compromises with the isolationists, who want to isolate from the European

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