45. The price and amount of a good produced in a non-market economy is determined by a. barter....

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45. The price and amount of a good produced in a non-market economy is determined by

a. barter.

b. banks.

c. goods on hand.

d. government authorities.

e. cost of raw materials.

46. The Senate rejected efforts by President Wilson to bring the U.S. into the League of Nations largely because

a. the amount of money required was too high.

b. the League of Nations was controlled by anti-U.S. interests.

c. the entry of the U.S. would have been interpreted world-wide as a blatant U.S. attempt to control world foreign policy.

d. the Senate knew that the required approval of member nations would not be extended to the U.S.

e. the policy of isolationism.

The League of Nations:

The League of Nations was established at the end of World War I as an international peacekeeping organization.

The League was composed of a General Assembly, which included delegations from all member states, a permanent secretariat that oversaw administrative functions, and an Executive Council, the membership of which was restricted to the great powers. The Council consisted of four permanent members (Great Britain, France, Japan, and Italy) and four non-permanent members. At its largest, the League of Nations was comprised of 58 member-states. Although US President Woodrow Wilson was an enthusiastic proponent of the League, the United States did not officially join the League of Nations due to opposition from isolationists in Congress. The League of Nations effectively resolved some international conflicts but failed to prevent the outbreak of the Second World War.

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The price and amount of a good produced in a non-market economy is determined by

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What was the Treaty of Versailles? In this lesson, learn the terms of the treaty that ended WWI and see if the U.S. joined the League of Nations. What did they include in the treaty and what was left out?


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