Wilson and the Peacemakers: Combining Woodrow Wilson and the Lost Peace and Woodrow Wilson and the Great Betrayal

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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One: The Road to War1
Two: The Pen Is Mightier18
Three: An Armistice That Was Not an Armistice34
Four: The Man Without a Country55
Five: Jove Steps Down from Olympus71
Six: Wilson and His "Errand Boys"87
Seven: The Coming of the Messiah106
Eight: Blundering Beginnings119
Nine: The Perils of Imprecision134
Ten: The Olympians150
Eleven: The White Man's Burden163
Twelve: A Living Thing Is Born179
Thirteen: A Prophet Is Not Without Honor194
Fourteen: The Battle Begins209
Fifteen: The Phantom of French Security227
Sixteen: Making the Pips Squeak238
Seventeen: Open Disagreements Openly Arrived At252
Eighteen: The Yellow Peril271
Nineteen: The Day of Reckoning286
Twenty: Blessed Are the Peacemakers307
Bibliographical Notes326
Index371

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