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What provision of the Treaty of Versailles brought the most opposition in the United States?
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joining the League of Nations forcing Germany to pay reparations increasing national self-determination creating more colonies for Great Britain and France
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Joining the League of Nations was the provision that brought opposition, particularly within the Senate, against the treaty. A number of opponents believed that the requirement to go to war with any nation that threatened an ally within the League would pull them into another foreign conflict. As a result, the United States wasn't one of the signatures on the Treaty. They signed a separate one instead.

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