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after the spanish-american war, the who reserved the right of the united states to intervene in cuba' internal affairs
A general association of nations Point 14 called for a multilateral international association of nations to enforce the peace, foreshadowing the League of Nations (and, after the Second World War, [ the United Nations). Read more: ]
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User: the last of Wilson's fourteen points called for?

User: after the spanish-american war, the who reserved the right of the united states to intervene in cuba' internal affairs

Weegy: A general association of nations Point 14 called for a multilateral international association of nations to enforce the peace, foreshadowing the League of Nations (and, after the Second World War, [ the United Nations). Read more: ]
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