At the beginning of world war 1 president woodrow wilson followed which traditional u. s. foreign policy/
a. refusing to permit trade with either side in the conflict
b sending troops to aid great britain
c declaring american neutrality
d requesting an immediate declaration of war against the aggressors
It sounds like he wants to keep the US out of the war in the spirit of fairness to me.
But it could just be a more logical reason, such as not wanting any pain or harm done to his state.
Q1. President Wilson asked for a declaration of neutrality to prevent the U.S. from joining either side (France, Great Britain, and Russia vs Austria-Hungary and Germany) during WWI.
Q2. The example that shows the impact WW1 had on the U.S. economy is all of these.
Q3. The Great Migration was a period during WWI when over a million African Americans moved to northern cities.
The correct answer is A) It caused the US to remain isolated and neutral.
This speech from President Woodrow Wilson’s Declaration of Neutrality in 1914 affected the U.S. involvement in World War I because it caused the US to remain isolated and neutral.
President Woodrow Wilson formally proclaimed the neutrality of the U.S. in his Declaration of Neutrality of August 4, 1914. The reaction of the people to that declaration was favorable and agreed with President Wilson. Unfortunately for the U.S., the idea of impartiality diluted when Germany attempted the isolation of Britain. The relations between the U.S. and Germany became tense because many trade ships in the zone were damaged by German mines.
The Proclamation of Neutrality was a formal announcement issued by U.S. President George Washington on April 22, 1793 that declared the nation neutral in the conflict between France and Great Britain. It threatened legal proceedings against any American providing assistance to any country at war.
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