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Which of the following statements best reflects why The Socialist Party of America was opposed to American entry into The Great War?
Killing humans in combat is a violation of the Sixth Commandment, "thou shalt not kill."
War creates great wealth for the upper classes yet nothing but heartache and hardship for the lower classes.
The American alliance with the British would diminish Ireland's chances of achieving home rule.
War creates heartache for parents and leads to the destruction of the family unit.
The United States has no business interfering into European affairs.