Why didn't the US join the league of nations?
Congress did not ratify this and felt that they would be more involved in international affairs.
Unforchanetly i dont know any dates but i do know that The US didnt get rejectet in fact it was the us that didnt want to join. At that time Pesident Woodrow Wiloson had been the driving force behind the league but the US congress refused to back Wilsons idea mean that the Us never join the Untied nations.
This governing body created after World War 2 did not prevent another world war like it was designed to do primarily because the us decided not to join?
Although US President Wilson sought support from the US Senate to accept the provisions of the League of Nations, he failed to win their support. Also, Wilson himself objected to a change in the League's provisions that Wilson himself urged Democrats to vote against. Basically the American people wished to remain out of future European world wars. This policy of isolationism was inherent in US foreign policy for decades before WW 1 and also after…
When the US refused to join the League of Nations this weakened the League of Nations severely. The US government relied on check and balance system as well at this time the US was going through the Great Depression. The League of Nations tried to impose an economical sanction against Italy. When the US found out about it they decided to trade everything Italy had to trade. Once the other countries found out about the…
becasue woodwrow Wilson did not believe it would help the USA if it was to join the league of nations. Its questionable however that woodwrow was out to fool the world because he made the majority of the policies, this was never prooved but what other reason would they not join something they helped create. the republicians opposed him, and wilson had stroke and had to halt his campaign for the league