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(Document A) Many people believed the policy was too harsh and would reduce “Germany to servitude for a generation” but Wilson refused to be swayed. (Document F)
Wilson’s stubbornness greatly contributed to the defeat of the Treaty of Versailles. On November 19, 1919, Herbert Hoover wrote to Wilson hoping that Wilson would correct the “wrongs imposed in the treaty” but Wilson held steadfast and would not accept that his view would “steadily lose ground in popular support” if he did not fix it...
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(Document D) Republican Henry Lodge made fifty amendments to the treaty and many republicans were willing to vote for ratification if Wilson was ready to compromise. But Wilson was not ready and declared he would go to the people. Wilson went around the country claiming that the opponents would diminish the light that American Founders believed in; the light “to lead the world in the assertion of the rights of peoples and rights of free nations...
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