Explain how the United States’ policy of isolationism before World War II arose from a series of neutrality acts passed during the 1930s.
The U.S.'s main policy at the beginning of the war was the policy of isolationism. This meant that the U.S. would stay away from war and be neutral. However, even though they weren't fighting then, they would still help out the Allies (England and France.) We, knowing the result of the war, know that this policy did not last long when the U.S. lost its final straw and joined.