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Neutrality Act may refer to:
- Proclamation of Neutrality by President George Washington in 1793
- Neutrality Act of 1794, outlaws military operations against nations with which the U.S. is at peace; still in force in amended form
- Neutrality Act of 1818
- Neutrality Acts of 1930s, a series of acts intended to prevent the U.S. from being drawn into a war
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