America’s Foreign Policy Post WWI and Its Results

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American History

 

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Karen F

 

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December 13, 2015

 

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When peace negotiations began in October, 1918, President Wilson Woodrow played a significant role. The focal point of his arguments were based of his famous “Fourteen Points”, and he insisted those “points” needed to serve as a basis for the signing of the armistice. This of course, included the formation of the League of Nations...
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This of course, included the formation of the League of Nations. Wilson's desire to create a League of Nations that would form a general association of nations arose from his belief that America could force compliance with such league. Wilson's idealistic visions of a pacifistic society of nation-states existed only under the implication that America was strong enough to create such a world...
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