The purpose of this thesis is to trace the character of American public opinion concerning the league of Nations during the period from December, 1918 to March 19, 1920, in which the issue of the League was one of the paramount subjects before the American people. In this connection attention was paid to the nature of the arguments presented, whether they were in favor, against, or only partially for the league, and whether each group remained steadfast to its preliminary view. Further, attention was given to the academic quality of the arguments of each group. The thesis itself has been divided into five main chapters and an introduction. Each chapter's span of time has been determined by official events, both in Paris and Washington.
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First Committee Member (Chair)
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Gentry, Jay G.. "American Public Opinion and the League of Nations, 1918-1920." (1938). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/hist_etds/126