771-775 q4

771-775 q4 - James Yang 771-775 Q4 1 In what ways were...

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James Yang 771-775 Q4 1. In what ways were Wilson better prepared at the negotiation during the end of the Great War, and in what ways were he just as bad as the other Allies? Wilson proved to be move naïve and much more idealistic than any other negotiators at the conference table, which would typically prove to end any of his ideas before they may even be started. However, Wilson was also highly educated, and made his opinion heard. When all of the Allies wished to pass all of the blame onto Germany, Wilson sought to create new relationships based on the fourteen points. And when all of the Allies were pursuing their own gains in territory, Wilson wished to make new countries to prevent more problems. He succeeded in the latter. However, Wilson left his altruism behind when dealing with actually allowing countries into the negotiation and letting all countries be heard. At the conference table, Russia, a huge ally for most of the war, and an influential world power, was excluded, and the smaller countries could not let their
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course HIST HIS 101 taught by Professor N/a during the Fall '10 term at NYU.

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