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During the post WWI era President Wilson had several obstacles toovercome Facing Congress and pressure to resume American society to thestatus quo he knew he had to act quickly and strongly to support whateverdecisions he made Unfortunately they were all executed poorly Wilsonfailed as a diplomat and as a domestic politician in the post World War I eradue to his failure to compromise his opposition with Henry Cabot Lodge andthe House of Representatives and his idealistic views Wilson is perhaps best known for his 14 point system which consistedof his goals for the future after the war Though they were mostly validand showed insight they proved extremely idealistic which was a commonmistake for him Letting his creative mind flow to all these great ideas andno wake-up call to let him know that many of these were too progressive ofthe time The 14 points included territorial settlements colonial disputesand postwar vision unrestricted navigation freer trade and reducedWilsons baby The League of Nations was rejected by hist ownsenate chiefly by the workings of Henry Cabot Lodge Its intention was tohelp America and all other countries in the war except Germany to preventa war like this from happening again but it backfired and they did notbecome a part of it due to his inability to effectively compromise Perhapsbecause he was ill he had a harder time digesting it all but his irrascibleattitude would not allow him to let Congress amend and put the bill throughThe League is now a success but his brilliant ideas were unable to be carriedout because of his failures as a domestic politicianWilson was unsuccessful in fulfilling his goals of the war He involvedhimself in foreign affairs that would have been best handled by othercountries The Louistana notes that little impact and resulted in the sinkingof the Luistana causing more Americans to be dangerously closer to the warWilson also accomplished little during the The Treaty of Versaille From anAmerican standpoint the treaty is anything
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