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The sinking of the Lusitania in 1915 threatened American neutrality,
though Germany warned passengers of the danger
(Image Source: Wikimedia Commons--public domain)

Question 1314119

At the start of World War I, most Americans

(A) were eager to fight on the side of the Triple Alliance
(B) were uninterested in the deteriorating situation in Europe
(C) accepted neutrality as prudent and moral for the U.S.
(D) had anti-British attitudes because of worldwide imperialistic actions
(E) favored a draft to guarantee a large American army

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