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Many senators opposed American entry into the League of Nations because
a. they feared it would weaken the country's independence
b. they disapproved of its other member countries
c. they wanted stronger promises of support from other countries
d. they had already approved the Versailles Treaty

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    this is my last question...Ms.Sue can you help me please quickly
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    The League of Nations was formed after World War I. Its goal was to bring many nations together to prevent another war. However, many Americans were tired of European conflicts and were afraid that the League was a first step toward a world government.

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    so im not sure but is it B?

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    No. The Americans who opposed the League of Nations were afraid that the U.S. wouldn't be as independent if other countries could tell us what to do.

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    oh, ok got it

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    :-) Have a great evening!

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    you too, and thanks again for everything Ms.Sue, you're great!

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