Author: Arthur S. Link,J. E. Little,Woodrow Wilson
Publisher: Princeton University Press (January 27, 1992)
Category: Leaders & Notable People
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Start by marking The Papers of Woodrow Wilson, Vol. 65 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Thomas Woodrow Wilson, was the twenty-eighth President of the United States. A devout Presbyterian and leading intellectual of the Progressive Era, he served as President of Princeton University and then became the Governor of New Jersey in 1910. He paid surprisingly little attention to military affairs, but provided the funding and food supplies that helped the Americans in the war and hastened Allied victory in 1918. In the late stages of the war he took personal control of negotiations with Germany, especially with the Fourteen Points and the armistice.
Series: Papers of Woodrow Wilson (Book 8). Hardcover: 736 pages.
ISBN-13: 978-0691045993. Warlight" by Michael Ondaatje A dramatic coming-of-age story set in the decade after World War II, "Warlight" is the mesmerizing new novel from the best-selling author of "The English Patient. Series: Papers of Woodrow Wilson (Book 8).
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Other material was acquired by gift, transfer, and purchase, 1939-2008. Some books and memorabilia have been transferred to the Rare Book and Special Collections Division. All transfers are identified in these divisions as part of the Woodrow Wilson Papers. Less than a year before Woodrow Wilson left the White House, a growing interest in the use and final disposition of his papers began to come to the surface.
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by multiple authors includes books The Papers of Woodrow Wilson, Volume 1: 1856-1880, The Papers of Woodrow Wilson, Vol. 2, The Papers of Woodrow Wilson, Vol. 3, and several more.
This bibliography of Woodrow Wilson is a list of published works about Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States. Wilson (2013), full-scale scholarly biography. Woodrow Wilson and the Politics of Morality (1956); short scholarly biography. Brands, H. W. Woodrow Wilson 1913–1921 (2003); short scholarly biography. Woodrow Wilson: A Biography (2009), full-scale scholarly biography.
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Woodrow Wilson for President, 1912 postcard. Princeton University. Wilson served as President of Princeton University from 1902 to 1910, and then as the Governor of New Jersey from 1911 to 1913.
The Papers of Woodrow Wilson. Boston: Little, Brown, 1935–1937. Lockhart, R. H. Bruce. New York: Basic Books, 2002. Allied Intervention in Russia. Woodrow Wilson and World Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1968
The Papers of Woodrow Wilson. Princeton University Press, 1966–1994. Memoirs of the Peace Conference. New York: Basic Books, 1968. Coffman, Edward M. The War to End All Wars: The American Military Experience in World War I. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1968. Davis, Donald . and Eugene P. Trani. The American YMCA and the Russian Revolution. Liddell Hart, B. The War in Outline, 1914–1918.
Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924), . Address to the country (March 4, 1917). Wilson was speaking of a filibuster in the Senate that was holding up the wartime Shipping Bill that we may recover. something of a renewal of that vision of the law with which men may be supposed to have started out with in the old days of the oracles, who communed with the intimations of divinity.
As this volume begins, controversy over ratification of the Versailles Treaty enters its climactic stage. Wilson, only partly recovered from a stroke, refuses the advice of supporters who beg him to accept Republican reservations in order to put the Treaty through the Senate, and he puts heavy pressure on those Democratic senators who want to consent to reservations. Twenty-one Democrats defy him when the Treaty comes up for a second and final vote on March 19, but their votes, combined with those of Republican reservationists, fall far short of the two-thirds Senate majority necessary for passage of the consent resolution. While Tumulty and the departmental heads carry on the domestic business of the federal government, Wilson follows their recommendations and signs a series of measures that bring various aspects of the progressive movement to fruition: the Transportation Act of 1920, the General Leasing Act, and the Water Power Act. Meanwhile, he devotes most of his strength to foreign affairs. He vetoes the "separate peace" embodied in the Knox Resolution, and the Democrats uphold the veto. In spite of Wilson's wish to run again for president, concern for his health prevails, and the Democrats nominate Governor James M. Cox of Ohio, who names Franklin D. Roosevelt, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, as his running mate. Wilson is deeply depressed, but he blesses the Cox and Roosevelt campaign with all the fervor he can summon.