Debate Over the League of Nations


To answer this question correctly, students must select Facts 2 and 3 and explain how both show that J.E. Wright's views about the League of Nations were atypical. Fact 2 indicates that, unlike Wright, a majority of the Senate was against the League of Nations. Fact 3 suggests that most Americans supported Harding as a candidate who opposed the Treaty of Versailles and the League of Nations. 

Level Description

Student selects the correct fact and explains how it shows that Wright's views were not typical for Americans at the time. 


Student selects the correct fact but provides an incomplete explanation of how it indicates that Wright's views were atypical for the time. 


Student does not select the correct fact or does not provide a rationale for selection.