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Corrections to Woodrow Wilson's 14 Point Plan

Summary: It tells of the problems and how to fix Wilson's 14 point plan.

After the war, with territories in dispute, the reconfiguration of maps was necessary. The division of Central Powers' colonies among the Allies, with the exception of America, was unnecessary but acceptable as they were the victorious powers. Also, the decision to divide the maps so that large nations would not be overlooking small nations that wanted to be independent was beneficial as long as it remained consistent. The creation of independent nations allowed them to prosper and hindered damaging imperialistic ideals. It also prevented large nations from taking on too much land and power. The division of land decreased overly confident Nationalist values by controlling the amount of land owned by a nation. The redrawing of the maps was a beneficial decision on the part of the Allies, as it made definitive boundaries to prevent disputes that occurred at the start of World War I.

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