Pre-War WWII For America
By: Kyle Zatyko
Congress pushed for 'Neutrality' Laws that ended any prospect of America aid
FDR was more aware of an external threat; He did not approve of the Neutrality laws
The president was aware of public opinion, let them pass
The Neutrality Laws- America could not aid or sell weapons to "belligerent nations"
- Belligerent could mean either aggressor or defender