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why did the "irreconcilable" senators oppose the Versailles Treaty?
a. they did not want the U.S. to join the League of Nations
b. they wanted harsher terms for Germany
c. they believed the Treaty violated the Fourteen Points
d. they opposed reparations for the Allies

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