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Until the sinking of the Lusitania, why did the United States have a policy of neutrality before 1917? (Points : 3) Most Americans believed the war was a European conflict and didn't want to get involved. U.S. Congress refused to pass legislation to enlarge the army and navy. The Allied Powers refused to allow the United States to send troops to Europe.

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  1. Surana
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    They thought it was a European conflict and avoided getting involved.

  2. Surana
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  3. anonymous
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