Willon's Flaws In International Relations

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Wilson's request for Americans to be "impartial in thought as well as in action" (Jones) was a thinly covered attempt to keep the United States out of the war on the German side, which millions of Americans, being German or of German descent, and Irish immigrants who hated the English, would have supported...
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Wilson wanted to swing the American public opinion to favor the English, so, when the Germans began unrestricted submarine warfare it was exactly what he needed to accomplish that goal. One of Wilson's reasons to enter the war in 1917 was that he wanted a seat at the peace table once the fighting was over to help guide the peace and make it a "peace without victory"...
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