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Chapter Summary : CHAPTER 19 To Make the World Safe for Democracy This chapter concentrates on the history of America during World War I. Emphasis: America and the Great War The War at Home (NOT ON QUIZ -- COVERED IN LECTURE) Who is an American? 1919 1. READ: the Chapter Introduction 2. SKIP: An Era of Intervention It opens with a definition of Woodrow Wilson's concept of a moral foreign policy through what he called “liberal internationalism.”? Promising to bring the Progressive agenda to the world, Wilson fell short and the war forced Americans to once again debate the true extent of liberty. 3. READ America and the Great War Quickly looking at the foreign policies of Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft, the chapter embarks on the road toward war. Wilson initially took the stance of neutrality, but when he was pushed into war his Fourteen Points outlined for the world his vision that this war should make the world safe for democracy.
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