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PSCI 131: American Foreign Policy Discussion Handout: Week 4 The Rise of America, World Wars, and Cold War I Key Terms: World War I World War II Fourteen Points Versailles Treaty League of Nations Woodrow Wilson American missionaries Neutrality rights Discussion Questions: 1. How does Mead believe missionary activities contributed to the development of Wilsonian liberalism in U.S. foreign policy? Do you find his argument about the effect of missionary activities on U.S. foreign policy as a whole persuasive? 2. Mead argues Wilsonianism exerted a potent influence on U.S foreign policy. What are some examples of this in U.S. foreign policy during World War II and the Cold War? Can you think of any examples of Wilsonianism before Wilson himself? 3. How does Mead’s interpretation compare to McDougall’s view of Wilsonianism? What do they agree on and what do they disagree on? 4. What contributed to the Senate’s rejection of the League of Nations according to
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