We all know helicopters have tail rotors because they would spin out of control thanks to Newton's third law.
That got me thinking, would a single propeller plane have an easier time doing an Aileron roll opposite the rotation of the propeller? And do light aircraft require any special tricks like having one wing longer than the other or the ailerons being tilted in the rest position?
To be clear, I really don't know any more about aviation than the average person. The question just crossed my mind and I didn't find anything googling around.