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The United States signed both The Kellogg-Briand Pact and Washington Naval Treaty during the 1920s.
The signing of these agreements illustrate which of the following statements?
American shipbuilding and ammunition corporations pressured the government to increase the strength of the military.
The nation was more interested in enjoying peacetime prosperity than concerning itself with foreign affairs.
The nation was interested in building up its military while limiting the strength of other nations'.
The nation grew increasingly concerned about the increasing militarism evident in both Germany and Japan.
The nation made it a large priority to prevent another world war considering the horrific devastation the Great War left behind.