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Neutrality

Isolationists urged the U.S. to stay out of European troubles
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Question 1314133

The Nye Committee which encouraged American neutrality in the 1930s concluded that the main reason for U.S. entry into World War I was

(A) inherent hatred of Germans by American citizens
(B) Congressional unwillingness to challenge President Wilson
(C) pro-British sentiments among the American people
(D) banker loans to Triple Entente nations
(E) effective British propaganda

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