Of these seven subjects of difference the most important were those relating to the League of Nations and the Covenant though our opposite views as to Shantung were more generally known and more frequently the subject of public comment....
|Title||:||The Peace Negotiations|
|Number of Pages||:||180 Pages|
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The Peace Negotiations Reviews
Robert Lansing served as President Wilson's Secretary of State, but opposed Wilson's proposed League of Nations. Wilson is overwhelmingly blamed for the League's problems, and its disapproval among U.S. legislators. From Lansing's perspective Colonel Edward House is the president's most influential voice, but does not mention Henry Cabot Lodge once. This book reflects Lansing's perspective as a lawyer since it keeps Wilson, the accused, in focus, and offers legitimate arguments with little conjecture.