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Wilson and Moral Diplomacy

Summary: Examines the foreign policy of the Woodrow Wilson administration at the beginning of the 20th century. Discusses Wilson's justification for entering the United States into World War II. Questions if Wilson's policies benefited the nation.
Until 1917 when the United States entered into World War I, President Wilson held on to his foreign policy called "moral diplomacy", which called for the United States to remain neutral and not involve itself in foreign affairs. When Wilson decided to enter the United States into the war, he justified his decision with reasons that did not truly reflect the reason for entering the war. He told the American people that they had no other choice but to enter the war, because the country's safety was at risk and made the point that America would stand behind his policy of fighting to spread democracy in other countries. In reality, Wilson's justification for going into war did not represent the beliefs of the American people or himself, rather it violated the beliefs that both have stood for throughout the years.

There had been many events that started World War...

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