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In the Woodrow Wilson v. Henry Cabot Lodge would an issue be that Wilson did not tell Lodge of the negotiations so Lodge was angry?

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  1. There's more to their dispute than that. The big issue was their diametrically opposed opinions about the League of Nations.

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