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After World War I, what was Wilson's organization for settling world problems? a.Washington Disarmament b.Conference c.Fourteen Points d.League of Nations
After World War I, League of Nations was Wilson's organization for settling world problems.
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After World War I, League of Nations was Wilson's organization for settling world problems.
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