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American participation in the Second World War was similar to American participation in the First World War in ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ways EXCEPT:
In each case, submarine warfare was a considerable factor leading to America's eventual entry into the conflict.
In each case, there was significant opposition from a large percentage of the American population.
In each case, the president issued a statement of neutrality at the onset of the European conflict.
In each case, the United States entered the war much later than the Allies they would eventually support.
In each case, the draft was authorized by Congress long before the nation entered the conflict.