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The Fourteen Points of the Wilson Administration in the World War I era can be generally admired for their moral soundness and high-mindedness: they were presented with the hope that nations might submit to the discipline of conducting policy by moral principles of recognizable value. On the "con" side, they were presented somewhat naively, without a realistic basis for being enforced or even agreed upon. The lapse of America into isolationism after the war ended also undermined the power of the Fourteen Points to make a positive difference in global politics and diplomacy.

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