Treaty Of Versailles Analysis

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Register to read the introduction… This was the only form of pro treaty signing cartoon found within this project. The artist is warning Americans not to become isolationists. This cartoon subtly asks the America public to realize the importance of this treaty; if it is not to be ratified then America has given up on all hope for future peace. The artist requests Americans join the League of Nations as proposed by …show more content…
The Versailles Treaty would be the basis of all other treaties with other nations and without knowing all aspects, the Senate was reluctant to revisit the ratification of the peace treaty.12 The meeting was adjourned and all were dissatisfied with the outcome as well as the American public who wanted more than anything to have this behind …show more content…

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