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Chloe Grammer Dr. RatliffHY1047/ 8/2020Module 8 Assignment In 1930’s, the United States was staying in the middle on foreign policies. Then, in the late 30s and early 40s, the United States President Roosevelt was leaning more to be active on these policies. On August 31, 1935, President Roosevelt signed the Joint Resolution of Congress (to not get involved with the war in Europe and to keep peace. From the Neutrality Actit stays the president can, “extend such embargo upon the export of arms, ammunition, or implements of war to other states as and when they may become involved in such war.” What this means is that Roosevelt can stop all trade with the other countries if they are in a war. In section 1 of this Act italso says that anyone who send arms, ammunition or of things to assist in war will serve up to five years in prison and fined up to about $10,000. But, in section 2, it says that someone can send these products if they get a license to do so. What the rest of the Neutrality Actsays that

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