Woodrow Wilson: A Biography
Hartle, Terry, The Christian Science Monitor
This excellent biography offers a much-needed adjustment of Woodrow Wilson's place in popular history.
Historians regularly rank Woodrow Wilson as a very good or even
excellent president who led the United States through World War I and
won approval of significant domestic policies. But the public, if
they think of Wilson at all, are more likely to see an obsessive
idealist whose unwillingness to compromise cost him his biggest
The difference in perspectives is partly because unlike the other
leading presidents of the 20th century - both Roosevelts, Truman,
Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, and Reagan - Wilson has …
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