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End of neutrality
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Over 100 years ago World War I broke out between the Central Powers and the Allied Powers. For the first three years of the war, the United States remained neutral in the conflict under President Woodrow Wilson. His supporters waved banners at his party’s national convention in 1916 that said, “He kept us out of war.”