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US Neutrality  Acts

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Neutrality Acts 1935 to 1937  
“Your boys are not going to be sent to any foreign war”    

http://nyti.ms/1UePlvY

 

 

 

 

The four Neutrality Acts of the late 1930s represented an effort to keep the United States out of "foreign" wars, an effort resulting in part from widespread questioning of the reasons for and results of America's participation in World War I.


"Storm-cellar neutrality proved to be tragically shortsighted. America falsely assumed that the decision for peace or war lay in its own hands, not in those of the satanic forces already unleashed in the world."  – American Pageant Page 805

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

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