prohibiting the sending of weapons ammo and implements of war
"By invoking the act, the United States could abstain from participating directly in a foreign conflict" was the purpose of passing the Neutrality Act of 1935.
By invoking the act, the United States could abstain from participating directly in a foreign conflict.
The Neutrality Acts were a series of laws intended to limit the involvement of the United States in foreign conflicts. These laws were partly a consequence of the disillusionment that followed World War I. One of the purposes of passing the act was that, by invoking the act, the United States could abstain from participating in a conflict. However, the neutrality that had been achieved by these acts was eroded as WWII started, with Congress repealing the acts on November 13, 1941.
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