The war would be used as an instrument to "make the world safe for democracy".
However, many Americans, government officials, and even the Allies did not agree with the progressive ideals that would be enforced to attain the peace that Wilson had desired and promised.
In the end the views of isolationists, which overpowered Wilson's persuasive tactics, ultimately led to the demise of the Treaty of Versailles.
Not to mention the intense quarrels between the Senate and the tenacious president also contributed to the failure of Wilson's proposed peace treaty.
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Examine these three comparisons, and then answer the following questions.
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A Natural population growth and increasing immigration from Ireland and Germany.
They believed that the treaty did not solve any crises, but rather deepened the existing disagreement (Doc B). It was clear that much of the public was in favor of the treaty.
Even the war peace movement led by The Woman's Peace Party realized such need for an international organization, like the League of Nations (Doc I).