President Wilson's Decision To Stay Neutral In This Great War

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Dear President Wilson, Your decision to stay neutral in this Great War is very troubling. We must be a part of this war if we wish to maintain our status as a world power. By entering his war, we will have the chance to gain more land and expand our influence. We are a strong country with a resilient and superior military as well as a great many alliances. So why should we not enter this war? We must make this world safe for democracy! We must come to the aid of our Allies, Britain and France! We have been victorious in the past, and I will lead us to victory once more in this endeavor. Your failure to restrict Americans’ travel in warzone has led directly to the sinking of the Lusitania, Arabic, and Sussex and, subsequently, the deaths

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