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<Tab/>As the First World War came to an end, the time for negotiating peace had approached. There were a number of attempts made to bring about peace negotiations. Woodrow Wilson was the spokesman for the allies and he created the best known of all the peace proposals known as the fourteen points.
<Tab/>The Fourteen Points were presented in a speech before both houses of Congress and were intended to generate support for Wilson's vision of the postwar world, both at home and also among allies in Europe. Further, the president hoped that the promise of a just p…
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