What are the major differences (and why did those differences occur) in two speeches given by President Woodrow Wilson on World War I and the peace to end that war. The first, “A World League of Peace” January 22, 1917, was delivered before the US entered WWI (www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=65396). The Second, “Address to a Joint Session of Congress on the Conditions of Peace” [The 14 Points Speech] was given on January 8, 1918, when the US had joined with Britain and France to fight Germany (www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=65405).
For citations, you do not need formal citations for this paper! If you refer to anything in the readings other than the speeches, you may use a simple citation manner. For example, after a sentence, you may simply put in parentheses (Kissinger; p. 255).
Please make sure to distinguish between the two Wilson speeches in your citations.
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