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After World War I, senators who opposed United States participation in the League of Nations argued that American membership in the organization would (1) limit the power of the president (2) make trade with nonmember nations more difficult (3) force the

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After World War I, senators who opposed United States participation in the League of Nations argued that American membership in the organization would (1) limit the power of the president (2) make trade with nonmember nations more difficult (3) force the

After World War I, senators who opposed United States participation in the League of Nations argued that American membership in the organization would (1) limit the power of the president (2) make trade with nonmember nations more difficult (3) force the country to end traditional military alliances (4) involve the nation in future world conflicts

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involve the nation in future world conflicts

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