Why the U.S. should not have entered World War I
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5. The United States should not have entered into the war.
In 1914 war broke out across Europe. It began with the assassination of Francis Ferdinand, the archduke and heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne. His assassinators were Serbian revolutionaries. Soon Austria-Hungary was in conflict with Serbia and alliances were being drawn up left and right. Just like that, a Europe that had been industrializing and militarizing for years, was ready to go to war with its self. Each nations' reasons for becoming involved in the war vary, but it was strictly a conflict that involved the continent of…
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