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It was not the power of the opposition forces liberal or conservative of the US that led to the final defeat of the Treaty of Versailles but rather the political ignorance inability and inflexibility of the President Woodrow Wilson With the surrender of Germany after WW1 it presented many different ways to create peace Wilson in 1918 offered his plans for peace in the Fourteen Points the most important of which he believed was Article X the League of Nations One year later Wilson led the Paris Peace Conference at Versailles to reach an international pact that included the points However the US was never to sign the treaty or join the League of Nations Woodrow Wilsons ideas for peace were well rooted in thought but in politically applying his ideas he made unchangeable mistakes In heading up the peace conference Wilson made a serious mistake by not included World War One introduced the terrifying new concept of total war to an unsuspecting world Nationalism and delusions of world conquest turned civilians into soldiers Before the war humans were developing technology at the fastest rate in history After the war ended President Wilson and the rest of the Allied leaders were responsible for the challenge of putting Europe back together the way one might piece together a jigsaw puzzle Unfortunately in a turn of events that would prove disastrous for the future of the world President Wilsons ineptitude and stubbornness led to the Senate defeat of the Treaty of Versailles President Wilson went to Europe as an idealistic progressive He had grand plans for the future of Europe However when he met with the other leaders his ideas were destroyed Nevertheless Wilson consented to the terms of the Treaty simply because it contained what he saw as his legacy the League of Nations This League of Nations was not embraced by the world as a positive idea One reason for its unpopularity was
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