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President Woodrow Wilson called for a war in Germany "to make the world safe for democracy." (McKinley). This would be an effort to establish principles for all nations to follow, which could be otherwise referred to as American principles. The world needed to be made safe for all and the threat of constant war and the taking away of people's liberties led the US to enter the war...
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The world needed to be made safe for all and the threat of constant war and the taking away of people's liberties led the US to enter the war. Wilson was worried that if the US did not get involved in the war then Germany would win and be a threat to the Western Hemishphere. Americans feared that the British navy would be destructed and this would pose a threat to the US's security (America)...
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