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"Peace Without Victory"

World War I recruitment poster
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Question 1314120

When President Wilson called for "peace without victory" in World War I, he

(A) was advocating that a peace among equals, not a treaty of victor and vanquished, would endure
(B) was warning Germany to not resume unrestricted submarine warfare
(C) was following William McKinley's example from the Spanish-American War
(D) was recognizing the Allies' lack of ability to defeat the Central Powers
(E) was attempting to appease the antiware elements in the U.S. that opposed our involvement in a European war

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