Why Did the US Not Join the League of Nations?

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The US refused to join the League of Nations because it did not want to get involved in European affairs. It was an intergovernmental organization founded as a result of the Paris Peace Conference, and was the precursor to the United Nations.
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becasue woodwrow Wilson did not believe it would help the USA if it was to join the league of nations. Its questionable however that woodwrow was out to fool the world because he
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There were a number of different reasons why the league of nations failed. The main reason probably was that the most powerful countries weren't taking it serious enough.
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For reasons primarily of American internal politics, the US Senate
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One of the provisions of the Treaty of Versailles set up a League of Nations to serve as an international unit and help prevent another world war. In Wilson's 14 points, he outlined
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