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What postwar treaty was drafted at the Paris Peace Conference, but was not ratified by the United States Senate despire having the support of president Wilson? a The Treaty of Versailles b The Treaty of Tordesillas c The Treaty of Paris d The Treaty of Ghent
Treaty of Versailles was postwar treaty drafted at Paris Peace Conferece, but was not ratified by the U.S. Senate, despite having the support of President Wilson.
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