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During  in the 1930s, the League of Nations failed to stop aggressive countries from gaining power.

Read the quote about the League of Nations by US President Woodrow Wilson.

A general association of nations must be formed under specific covenants for the purpose of affording mutual guarantees of political independence and territorial integrity to great and small states alike.

Which best summarizes Wilson’s vision of what the League of Nations should focus on?

The political cartoon shows an issue facing the League of Nations.

A cartoon shows Uncle Sam resting on the ground with his back against a stone labeled Keystone, U S A. Next to him is a stone bridge with a gap in the middle. Uncle Sam's side of the bridge reads, "England, Italy." The other side of the bridge reads, "Belgium, France." A sign next to the bridge reads, "The league of Nations bridge was designed by the President of the U S A." The caption reads, "The gap in the bridge."

How does the cartoon illustrate one of the league’s major problems?

How did US President Warren Harding step away from the League of Nations?

The overall goal of the League of Nations was to

How did settling small border disputes, such as that between Sweden and Finland, help Europe as a whole?

Some Americans opposed US participation in the League of Nations because they

Read the quote from Senator Henry Cabot Lodge.

The United States assumes no obligation to preserve the territorial integrity or political independence of any other country or to interfere in controversies between nations.

Based on this quote, why did Lodge oppose US involvement in the League of Nations?

What was one result of the League of Nations’ perceived weakness?

Which international social issues did the League of Nations address? Check all that apply.