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18 February, 20:37

How did President Roosevelt bypass the Neutrality Acts after Japan's invasion of China in 1937?

a. by pressuring the Supreme Court to declare the acts unconstitutional

b. by allowing arms to be transported to China on British ships

c. by allowing planes to the transported to Japan on British ships

d. by selling arms to both sides under the Cash and Carry plan

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  1. 18 February, 21:27
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    The answer is C. By allowing planes to the transported to Japan on British ships.
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