"The chief opponents of the Versailles Treaty were dead men:
Washington, Jefferson, and Madison." This statement suggests that U.S.
opposition to the Versailles treaty was based on
1. the rejection of Wilson's Fourteen Points.
2. the fear that the treaty would violate the tradition of noninvolvement.
3. the belief that the treaty was too harsh on the Central Powers.
4. citizen dissatisfaction with U.S. participation in World War I.
2. After World War I most Americans wanted a
foreign policy of
1. remaining neutral in European disputes.
2. supporting the League of Nations.
3. remaining isolated from world affairs.
4. using U.S. forces to maintain peace in Europe.
3. The U.S. isolationist trend following World
War I reflected
1. a desire to continue progressive reforms.
2. a desire to end most trade with other nations.
3. the failure of the United States to gain new territory.
4. disillusionment over the decision to enter the war.
4. President Woodrow Wilsonís Fourteen Points
were based on the belief that
(1) military strength is a nationís best path to world peace
(2) isolationism should guide international relations
(3) the principle of self-determination should be applied to people
of all nations
(4) industrial nations should have equal access to colonial possessions
5. The demand for German war reparations by the
European Allies helps to explain the failure of the peace settlement following
(1) World War I (3) the Korean War
(2) World War II (4) the Vietnam War