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Great Britain, France, Russia Allied Powers
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Ottoman Turkey Central Powers
Prohibited words or actions that would aid the enemy or obstructed recruiting efforts. Espionage Act
Wilson's plan designed to make the world "fit and safe to live in". Fourteen Points
Arbitrates international disputes, acts as a central body for registering treaties, and employs military and economic sanctions against aggressor nations. League of Nations
Fear of Communism spreading to the U.S. "Red Scare"
Prohibited people from saying anything that would hurt the sales of war bonds or undermine the federal government or the Constitution. Sedition Act
Had dictatorial power to allocate scarce materials, standardize production, fix prices, and coordinate American and Allied purchasing. War Industries Board
Ended the war between Germany and the Allied Powers. Treaty of Versailles
Soviets overthrew Russia October Revolution
German plan to defeat France and Russia that failed. Schlieffen Plan
Advocacy of political independence for a particular country Nationalism
The belief of a government or people that a country should maintain a strong military capability and be prepared to use it aggressively to defend or promote national interests Militarism
Authorized the federal government to raise a national army for the American entry into World War I through the compulsory enlistment of people Selective Service Act
Freedom to navigate oceans in WWI. No country could own waters outside of it's territories Freedom of the Seas
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