Which of the following was not a lesson from the interwar period for postwar allied planners?
A. There was a need for a stable international monetary order. B. Liberalized trade between countries and across regions was vital. C. The desires of the mass of the people would have to be accommodated through income redistribution through a welfare state. D. Strong military alliances would be needed to fend off aggression. E. The US should play a small role in the new system.