Actually, Why the U.S. government refused to sign the treaty.
4 Main points
-U.S. republican party was against anything the Democratic President Wilson tried to do. Since the Republican party ran most of the Senate at the time the voting was unfair.
-Senator Lodge started groups against Wilson and his pro-treaty beliefs.
- American people's popular opinion was that if we signed the treaty we would join the League of Nations which Wilson fought so hard to gain in the treaty. But the word "advise" was taken more as an obligation on what the country should do instead of ideas.
- Wilson's stroke really knocked him out of his political momentum he was building towards.
Because the US senate didnt approve of it. And the president had had a stroke so he couldn't sign it himself.
treaty of greenvile
Depends...What treaty are you talking about?
They signed their treaty in Paris.
Yes, the U.S. did sign it.
the us sign the treaty
Congress did not agree with the treaty.
France, Treaty of Alliance of 1778
in 1783 in 1783
June 28 1920
They paid them
With pen and paper.
because they cannot prevent
Hawaiians did not support the treaty
he did sign the declaration of independence. its the federal constitution he didnt sign.
the u s sent matthew perry and 7 warships to japan to persuade them to sign a treaty
November 4, 1796
19th day of January, 1960.
The Soviet Union
yes they did.
this lady told us that there culture did'nt sign . but some did'nt sign some did . that's all i know ! :)