Throughout most of the 1930s, majorities of the American people responded to the aggressive actions of Germany, Italy, and Japan by
A) pressuring President Roosevelt to provide American military aid to the victims of Fascist aggression.
B) giving generous economic and humanitarian help to the victims of Fascist aggression.
C) advocating the U.S. sign a mutual military defense agreement with Great Britain and France.
D) demanding an oil embargo on all warring nations.
E) retreating further into isolationism.