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What Happened to Make the World Safe for Democracy?

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on 3 April 2014

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Transcript of What Happened to Make the World Safe for Democracy?

The League of Nations was Wilson' Fourteenth Point.
-The League of Nations provided collective security for all of it's committee members.
-Reinforced the idea of
self-determination
.
The U.S. never became a part of it, but the democratic philosophies show it's democracy.

Great Britain, and two others like this.
America joined the war on the side of democracy.
-Great Britain, France, and Russia. (before the communists)
Remember 14 Points- Wilson’s Philosophy.
-Wilson’s 14 Points were pure democracy.
-
Self Determination-
Held out hope for independence for minority groups.
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AMERICA JOINS THE WAR
WOODROW WILSON'S PHILOSOPHY
Franz Ferdinand
liked
this
Germany was not democratic, and was fighting to end it.
-Kaiser Wilhelm
The U.S. stepped in after a number of undemocratic actions (Unrestricted Submarine Warfare, etc.)


GERMANY
What Happened to Make the
World Safe for Democracy?

Everyone but Germany and the US
likes
this
The Treaty of Versailles was hammered out at the Paris Peace Conference.
This was largely unfavorable to the Germans. It blamed them for the whole thing.
Wilson was forced to compromise away many of his Fourteen Points, to Germany's dismay.
-He did get his League of Nations though.
Although it didn't include all of the 14 Points, it still kept democratic peace, but not for long...
THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
The Republican Party dislikes this.
The League of Nations was Wilson' Fourteenth Point.
-The League of Nations provided collective security for all of it's committee members.
-Reinforced the idea of
self-determination
.
The U.S. never became a part of it, but the democratic philosophies show it's democracy.

Wilson wanted to preserve democracy at all costs.
-Showed through his progressive, pacifist and neutral campaigns.
Remember the Fourteen Point Address
-Points 1-5
-League of Nations (14)
Wilson also used slogans to sell the war at home.
-"A war to end war"
-"A war to make the world safe for democracy"
Able to get war appeal to the public.





CONCLUSION
The entire state of California like this
The American involvement in World War One saved democracy.
The Fourteen Points were the essence of democracy and some of them were included in the Treaty of Versailles.
-Although the treaty did have bad effects.
By entering the war, Americans made democracy safe for all, ending Germany's run.
Isolationists and Pacifists like this.
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