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What was the primary argument of the Preparedness Movement that developed in the United States in 1915?
The United States lacks the will and fortitude to engage in a large-scale European conflict.
American farm production was insufficient to meet the needs of the American military and the starving populations of Europe.
American industries were ill-equipped and their manpower was insufficient for war work.
The United States' military was grossly outnumbered by the Germany military (20 to 1).
The American population, being so far removed from the European continent, was unprepared for a possible large scale conflict on American soil.