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1. The League of Nations was less than effective for all of the following reasons EXCEPT (1 point) the United States did not join. the United States did not ratify the Treaty of Versailles. League
members could not agree to use force against aggression. President Wilson did not support the idea.
The League of Nations was less than effective for all of the following reasons EXCEPT President Wilson did not support the idea.
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–4 = g + 1
-4 - 1 = g
-5 = g
g = -5
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Confirmed by andrewpallarca [7/2/2014 1:04:53 PM]
2.8 = 2y
y = 2.8/2
y = 1.4
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