World War I: An Uneasy Peace. US History: Spiconardi. Wilson and The Fourteen Points. Open, not secret diplomacy End to secret alliances Freedom of the Seas Removal of trade barriers Disarmament Reduce the number of arms. Self-determination
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World War I: An Uneasy Peace
US History: Spiconardi
Let various national groups make their own political decisions
Every nation is entitled to a sovereign territorial state
People to chose which state they belong to
An “association of nations” to guarantee self-determination