Warriorz13:

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3 months ago
Warriorz13:

In the months leading up to World War I, the United States wanted to maintain its neutrality because A) President Wilson was a Quaker and was against warfare of any kind. B) the armed forces were preoccupied with problems on the Mexican border. C) the U.S. had the strongest navy in the world and it was needed to keep the coastline secure. D) the U.S. was trading heavily with European nations and did not want its business interrupted.

3 months ago
Warriorz13:

@Allison

3 months ago
Allison:

We did this. D.

3 months ago
Warriorz13:

It didn’t copy.

3 months ago
Warriorz13:

This statement was made in 1917 by which U. S. president? A) Woodrow Wilson B) Herbert Hoover C) Calvin Coolidge D) Theodore Roosevelt

3 months ago
Allison:

What statement

3 months ago
Warriorz13:

"The world must be made safe for democracy." (1917)

3 months ago
Allison:

In 1917, Woodrow Wilson was president lol

3 months ago
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