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Why did many Senate Republicans feel justified in opposing the United States' 1919 ratification of The Treaty of Versailles?
They believed that membership in the Treaty's League of Nations would be a violation of the U.S. Constitution.
They believed that membership in the Treaty's League of Nations would forever bind the U.S. to European affairs.
They believed that the Allies' harsh provisions of "making Germany pay" would lead to future conflict.
They believed the great cost and losses incurred by the U.S. in the war did not justify membership in the League of Nations.
They held great disdain for President Wilson and his progressive foreign and national policies.