Fourteen Points Plan
1. What key points did Wilson wish to convey with his peace plan?
The key points Wilson wished to convey with his peace plan were that countries should be peaceful with one another, help each other with whatever they needed, allow sea trade to be open, remove the ideas that countries have of one another because of the war, and simply to create peace so that everyone can move along to reconstruct their country and economy.
2. Why was freedom for all sea transport critical? Was this important to American economic interests?
Freedom for all sea transport was critical because it would allow all countries, specifically the United States, to trade freely because there would not be many restrictions on where America would be allowed to ship its products. This was important to economic interests because it would help pick up the economy.
3. The Senate refused to join the League or ratify the Treaty of Versailles. The Senate opposed the US joining the League of Nations because it was feared American sovereignty would be threatened. Was this a legitimate argument?
This was not a legitimate argument because with Wilsons Fourteen Points Plain the main objective that is consistently mentioned is that countries be at peace with one another. By joining the League of Nations it would have further proved that America was serious about Wilsons plan.
4. What did Wilson attempt with the plan?
Wilson wanted to establish peace with all the countries that were in war and still be able to get America on top. In the plan, Wilson also mentions how America is not jealous of Germany in anyway which means that he wanted to make sure everyone understood that the feuding between countries ended and now peace should be put first into restoring order.
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