The United States
Senators and representatives
Advisors and writers
Soldiers and sailors
Presidents and kings
To punish Germany
To avoid future wars
To make Germany pay for the war
To gain territory for the U.S.
Freedom of the seas
A League of Nations
Wilson's peace plan
Wilson's accomplishments as president
Wilson's career as a politician
Wilson's family life
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A. a country
B. a sports team
C. an agreement
D. an organization
A meeting where members of both the Senate and the House of Representatives would be there
A meeting where members of both the Senate would attend back to back meetings
A meeting where the Senate would join with the president to discuss issues
A meeting where the members of the House of Representatives would meet with the president
Fair not only to the U.S. but all countries involved because it provided justice for everyone.
Rightfully more generous to the U.S., because the U.S. saved the Allies from losing the war.
Rightfully very harsh on Germany because they were responsible for starting the war.
Fair only to the Allied Powers, because the Central Powers did not deserve fair treatment