The Exclusion Of The League Of Nations

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To what extent did the exclusion of the United States affect the legitimacy of the League of Nations?
Samantha Martinez
18 December 2015

To what extent did the exclusion of the United States affect the legitimacy of the League of Nations?

Plan of investigation:

In the 1920s in France the League of Nations was created in order to end the first world war and establish relations between several countries. However, big countries were excluded such as Germany and the United States. ³ Due to the fact that the United States was far more economically developed and adapted than other countries of that time, there was a question about the ways in which the League of Nations would succeed without it. The focus of this research paper is between 1920 and 1930. To answer the question "To what extent did the exclusion of the united states affect the legitimacy of the league of nations", several websites will be used to give information about the league of nations ' early years. Any statements or opinions in those websites will be used to evaluate the legitimacy of the League of Nations. Historical Journals and books will also be used as a higher level of scholarly sources. To avoid bias, books written from authors of other countries will be analyzed to understand different perspectives. Websites will be used to keep electronic information and printed information on the same level.

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WHY A LEAGUE OF NATIONS?:

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