What if isolationist Wendell Willkie was elected instead of FDR for a historical third term? He was quoted as saying he would never send American boys to war, and that FDR "already had them on the transports." If FDR loses, the preparations for war would most likely be lost. No lend-lease, re-armament and gearing up for war manufacturing. The Selective Service Act and Cash and Carry were passed before the election, but who knows if he would have tried to veto them. How would a lack of preparation and isolation mindset have altered the course of the war?