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  • Or how about the Fighting Quaker, Alexander Mitchell Palmer, who gave his name to the infamous Palmer Raids under dear old Thomas Woodrow Wilson in the aftermath of World War I?

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  • He went on, did Thomas Woodrow Wilson, to become the bane of Teddy Roosevelt's existence.

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  • Thomas Woodrow Wilson 1856-1924, the twenty-eighth President of the United States.

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  • “The single name most inextricably bound up with the Treaty of Versailles, and consequently with its failure,” writes Richard Watt, “was that of Thomas Woodrow Wilson.”

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  • Thomas Woodrow Wilson, a man of iron Calvinist principles and deep Presbyterian faith, believed that his country had a special mission in the world.

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  • Allan Poe, Thomas Nelson Page, and Thomas Woodrow Wilson, whose name appears thus upon the "University Magazine" for 1879-80, as one of its three editors.

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  • Thomas Woodrow Wilson (December 28, 1856February 3, 1924) was the 28th President of the United States and a devout Democrat. Main RSS Feed

  • Thomas Woodrow Wilson was president from 1913 to 1921. Chronicle

  • From the beginning, that is, Thomas Woodrow Wilson had admired liberal ideals, but he had also been drawn to conservative methods of attempting to realize those ideals.

  • The most important of these was the idealistic history professor and university president who became the first Democrat to win the White House in twenty years - the first Democratic occupant of that building since the days of Grover Cleveland - Thomas Woodrow Wilson.


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