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During the 1930’s, it was a time of evolving for a tragic loss in World War I and the impoverishment of the Great Depression in America. With these historical moments came an increase in uncertainty within the people of America as well as the government. American government wanted to ensure democracy and reevaluate and correct the economy and society by focusing efforts within borders to further strengthen the United States. It was an opportunity that people saw to correct the mistakes within borders and keeping the country a priority over the involvement within other borders and with other countries. This neutral stance later formed the Neutrality Acts. These were first passed during 1935, to prevent future involvement in wars to come. These Acts were continued in being passed through the end of 1939. They restricted and prevented anyone to intervene, sell or transport arms, and many other specific factors to keep America isolated from problems and wars that other countries were experiencing. The Neutrality Acts states, “The President, by proclamation, shall definitely enumerate the arms, ammunition, or implements of war, the export of which is prohibited by this Act”. (Neutrality Act) The government put very heavy restrictions on America and what they can do with their allies and

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