Asap i will upvote the neutrality acts (1936-1939) held that the united states a) would stay out of world war i. b) would try to prevent a war in europe. c) would stay out of european discussions to contain hitler. d) would not sell war material nor give loans to any nation at war.


The correct answer is D. The Neutrality Acts (1936-1939) determined that the United States would not sell war material or lend to any nation at war.


The Neutrality Acts were a set of laws in the United States in the 1930s. They were adopted because of the growing conflicts in Europe and Asia, which eventually led to the outbreak of World War II.

Since World War I, isolation has developed in the USA, which has sought to keep the country out of external conflicts. Opposition activists consider the law to be negative today, because they do not discriminate between attacker and victim when they are both “belligerents”.

The laws required the U.S. president to first determine whether a state of war exists. As a result, Franklin D. Roosevelt was forced to seek a backdoor to protect or supply U.S. allies overseas.