Regents Prep: U.S. History & Government
Multiple-Choice Questions
  Question 32 of 34   World War One
“. . . There’s no chance of progress and reform in an administration in which war plays the principal part. . . .” — President-elect Woodrow Wilson, 1913 In this statement, President-elect Wilson was expressing the belief that


 1.  the United States should enter World War I immediately

 2.  reform movements are strengthened by war

 3.  the nation will require a change in leadership if it goes to war

 4.  the Progressive movement would be best served by continued peace

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