Wilson, the road to the White House. by A S. Link

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  • Wilson, Woodrow, -- 1856-1924.

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Learn about Author Central. Arthur Cited by: 6. Following newly available evidence, Mr. Link uncovers the motivating forces of character and circumstance that put a professor of politics into the White House. Not only has the author made use of the Wilson manu The distinctive feature of this illuminating biography is its analysis of the reasons during the period in several ways /5.

This first volume of a biography that covers the yearswhich include Wilson's presidency of Princeton, his governorship of New Jersey, and his election to the Presidency. It seeks to get at the reasons behind his actions in this critical ally published in The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out.

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Hardly had the controversy over the eating clubs subsided than Wilson again found himself the center of an acrimonious controversy, this time over the location and control of the graduate college for which Princeton was preparing to construct a building.

Wilson agreed to screen the film—which quoted his own book in its title cards—at the White House. The blockbuster’s popularity led white men to re-found the KKK. Wilson, the road to the White House.

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