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Congress has the power to enforce peace treaties. The only one Congress did not enforce was the "Treaty of Versailles" that ended World War I (1919). The Senate did not want to ratify this treaty because they wanted the United States to continue down the path of isolation (not getting involved in foreign disputes) and did not want to participate in the newly formed "League of Nations."

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