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Wilson and The Treaty Of Versailles
The unconditional surrender of the German forces at the conclusion of World War I presented the United States and its European allies with the challenge of establishing peace in Europe. President Woodrow Wilson in January of 1918 presented his plans for peace in the Fourteen Points, the most important of which he considered Article X, which called for the League of Nations. However, at the Paris Peace Conference at Versailles the United States never signed the treaty or joined the League. It was not the power of the liberals and conservatives of America that led to the final defeat of the…
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