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What was one goal of Woodrow Wilson's idea of a League of Nations?
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The U.S.A. did not join the L.O.N. after Wilson's presidency ended because they adopted a policy of isolationism and did not want to get caught up in European affairs due to t…hem being so far away. The American Government wanted to take a greater interest in Aisa because it was much close r to home. The question of the League of Nations was taken up in Senate. Because of the conservative rule in the Senate, the Senate turned down joing the League of Nations. PCH : WILSON
it wanted the united states to stay out of war by setting this big bill
The goal was to provide a framework for ending the war in Europe and creating a lasting peace.
Wilson wanted to create a political power that would basically monitor contries in an attempt to prevent another world war (keep peace).
promote peaceful relations worldwide
It was one of his 14 Points, possibly the 14th
Included in the Treaty.
The idea for the League of nations was first proposed by president Woodrow Wilson as one of his fourteen points true or false?
Yes it was first proposed by president Woodrow Wilson as one of his Fourteen Points
President Woodrow Wilson wanted the US to participate in a League of Nations What was the goal of this organization?
To matain world Peace. :D My sorce is Study Island.
To punish the Germans for WW1
to help guarantee political independence to all states
to help guarantee political independence to all states.
To prevent future World Wars.
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President Woodrow Wilson wanted the US to participate in a League of Nations. What was the goal of this organization?
to maintain world peace
The League of Nations was created and served as amediation-organization for several years, but the United StatesCongress did not allow the United States to join the League ofN…ations because they were fearful of being involved in anotherEuropean War. As history shows, the United States would be involved in a secondwar, regardless.