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Why did steps taken by the major powers to promote peace following World War 1 have limited effects?
a)Treaties created alliances that had an unfair advantage over enemy nations.

b)The League of Nations was run by dishonest and disreputable men.

c)There was no way to enforce bans on war.

d)Germany refused to agree to any other nation's terms.
i thnk its a

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    I disagree.

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    sorry is its d

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