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Ratification of the Versailles Treaty
When American and her allies sat down at the negotiating table with Germany, they did so with power. That is, if the Germans refused any part if the unconditional surrender, the Entente would occupy Germany and end its newly-found statehood. Unwilling to risk this, Germany was forced to succumb to a number of harsh, infuriating demands. Some say that the Versailles Treaty was too harsh to allow Germany to reintegrate itself into a "new" post-war Europe, but too weak to completely destroy Germany's ability to make war.
<Tab/>Woodrow Wilson was a very liberal president in a tim…
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