Effort not to be pulled in to this contention the

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effort not to be pulled in to this contention, the American government passed the Neutrality Act of 1935, 1936, and 1937 (Joint Resolution of Congress, 31 August 1935). The objective was toput bans on arms against the two unfortunate casualties and aggressors in military clashes. The Neutrality Act of 1937included that non-military merchandise could be bought, but had to be purchased with real money. Many Americans did not favor the Neutrality Act. Only a few American’s trusted that the Neutrality Acts made the U.S. neutral, even though the demonstrationprofited the assailant. In “Criticism of the Neutrality Act of 1935”, Senator Tom Connally wrote, that doing nothing, was in fact, not being neutral. Further, he explains that when two countries are at war, one will have almost always have more war resources, while the other will
have next to none. In other words, it’s almost impossible to cut off both countries. In fact, picking a side occurs by intentionally cutting off the country with no resources, while the country

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