|I. The President's task at Paris3|
|II. Impression made by the President in Europe; and why his work there is not understood12|
|III. The first great crisis at the Peace Conference. President Wilson's struggle to secure a New World Colonial Policy22|
|IV. The second great crisis at the Peace Conference: President Wilson insists that the Covenant of the League of Nations be made an integral part of the Treaty36|
|V. What happened at Paris during the month that President Wilson was away43|
|VI. The darkest hours of the Peace Conference: the President under fierce attack: He issues a statement giving reasons for the delay in the negotiations51|
|VII. The Peace Conference reaches a supreme crisis: The President falls ill:He orders the George Washington, and the possibility of American withdrawal from the conference is considered|
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Publication information: Book title: What Wilson Did at Paris. Contributors: Ray Stannard Baker - Author. Publisher: Doubleday Page & Co.. Place of publication: Garden City, NY. Publication year: 1920. Page number: ix.
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