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Just why exactly is woodrow wilson rated so highly by historians it's a puzzlement princeton university professor woodrow wilson but, as british versailles peace conference participant john maynard keynes observed in 1919, president wilson had thought out nothing. The first major biography of america's twenty-eighth president in nearly two decades, from one of america's foremost woodrow wilson scholars. Woodrow wilson, president of the united states during world war one, is known as one of the most controversial presidents in american history.
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Woodrow wilson, 28th president of the united states, is one of the most controversial characters of his era his racial views, his view on peace and the post. Executive orders, proclamations, memoranda issued by president woodrow wilson, 1913-1921 #1857-3206 = summary of text. Princeton's school of public policy has borne wilson's name for more than eight decades photograph: mel evans/ap woodrow wilson's name will remain on princeton university's public policy school, despite calls to remove it because the former us president was a segregationist, the ivy league. The first major biography of america's twenty-eighth president in nearly two decades, from one of america's foremost woodrow wilson scholars a democrat who reclaimed the white house after sixteen years of republican administrations, wilson was a transformative president--he helped create the. The influence of president woodrow wilson on american foreign policy has been profound and lasting. This often went against the wishes of other world leaders and the citizens of other countries, as well as americans, making for mixed pollens on wilson as a president.