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Why did the US stop trading with Japan before World War 2?

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2011-09-13 23:27:21
2011-09-13 23:27:21

president roosevelt had stopped trading because he simply did m=not like trading oil and scrap metal with japan because he was actually importing these goods from Canada which is full with oil and other resources(**Edmonton**):)

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