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15.
Which one of following reasons did not cause United States entry into World War I:
a.
German attacks on shipping
b.
American economic investments with the Allies
C.
An affinity and cultural links to Great Britain
d. British impressments of American sailors and ships
16.
Woodrow Wilson's 14 points included which of the following ideals:
. The total surrender of Germany to the Allies
b.
That the United States continue neutrality and isolationism
C.
The formation of the League of Nations
d.
The expansion of United States trade agreements with the Allies
17.
The Treaty of Versailles and the Paris Peace conference signed at the end of World
War I did what.
a.
Ratified Wilson's 14 points
b.
Exacted revenge and reparations on Germany
C.
Promoted a lasting peace to end all wars
18.
The main obstacle to the ratification of the Treaty of Versailles by the United States
Senate was:
a.
A new isolationist attitude in the United States
b. Article X (10) section
C.
The League of Nations
d.
Hatred of the Republicans for Wilson
19.
The key opposition groups in the Senate during the debate for the League of Nations
were:
a.
Republicans and Democrats
b.
Progressives and Isolationists
C.
Bankers and Munitions makers
d.
Irreconcilables and Reservationists
20.
The two main currents (motivations) of U.S. foreign policy prior to World War I were:
a.
Dollar Diplomacy and Wall Street bankers investments
b.
Munition makers profits and naval ship building
C.
Economic capitalism and Democratic values
d.
Overseas trade routes and military conquests

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