1. No American can sail on any vessels of a nation at war
FDR wanted to avoid being pulled into another war. One of the neutrality acts was worried Americans not to sail on any vessels of a nation at war.The Americans fully supported the Neutrality acts because they did not want to get into another war.
Passed the first Peace-Time draft
U.S did a Cash-n-Carry which is the U.S could sell supplies to Britain, but had to pay cash. Britain also had to agree to transport all materials themselves because U.S didn't want one of their boats ruined.
FDR gives a speech about if our friend's house was on fire and they needed your hose you wouldn't say," I need 15 dollars." You would just ask for them to give it back to after they're done using it. This was saying that we should help Britain because they're our friends.
The U.S was building up its military in case we go into war. Congress approved of the military build up and increased their spending on it. On September 1940, Congress passed a law that set up the first peace-time draft.
FDR and Churchill set up goals for the post-war world. Some goals were all people have the right to chose their own government and create new Org. to replace failed leagues of nations.