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What was the primary argument of the Preparedness Movement that developed in the United States in 1915?

A

The United States lacks the will and fortitude to engage in a large-scale European conflict.

B

American farm production was insufficient to meet the needs of the American military and the starving populations of Europe.

C

American industries were ill-equipped and their manpower was insufficient for war work.

D

The United States' military was grossly outnumbered by the Germany military (20 to 1).

E

The American population, being so far removed from the European continent, was unprepared for a possible large scale conflict on American soil.

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