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Why did isolationist senators object to the League of Nations? Member nations could not establish trade relations. Other members of the League of Nations were Central Powers. The United States would pay all the financial costs of the league Member nations had to defend other members if they were attacked.

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  1. jbluver
    • 3 years ago
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    Member nations had to defend other members if they were attacked.

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