Chapter 23 Americans in the Great War, 1914–1920 Learning Objectives



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Schenck v. U.S. and Abrams v. U.S.

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Wilson’s anti-Bolshevik actions

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the Red Scare

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mail bombs of May 1919

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the Boston police strike

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the steel strike of 1919

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William Z. Foster

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A. Mitchell Palmer

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the Palmer Raids

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Wilson’s Fourteen Points

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the Paris Peace Conference

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the principle of self-determination

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the mandate system

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the League of Nations

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Article 10 of the League Covenant

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the Treaty of Versailles

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the Lodge reservations

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the “Irreconcilables”

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collective security vs. unilateralism

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Organizing Information

During Woodrow Wilson’s years in office, several issues destined to be of major significance throughout the twentieth century came to the forefront. Three of those issues are identified in the first column in the chart “Woodrow Wilson and Issues of Great Importance in Twentieth Century America.” What was the stance of Wilson and his administration on those issues?

In the blocks to the right of each issue, enter specific pieces of evidence (actions, comments, etc.) concerning how Wilson and key members of his administration stood on that issue.





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