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Woodrow Wilson

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The 28th President of the United States, Woodrow Wilson saw the country through World War 1. He was unable to convince the US that the League of Nations was a viable effort.
In Wilson's fourteen points he rallied for the need of a League of  Nations and felt that without the nation being a part of this  league, war would be inevitable in the nation's future. Ultimately,  the League of Nations was formed but without the United States.
Woodrow Wilson lived in new Jersey before he became president.
The Fourteen Points were a series of proposals drawn up by  President Wilson that outlined his goals for a just and lasting  peace. They were used as the basis for Treaty of Versailles which  ended World War I.
Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points was how in confronted radicalism  abroad immediately following WWI. The purpose of the document was  for peace.
His idea would basicallylimit the abuses of economic power by large corporations (but not regulate)revive competition in the social orderreserve political and economic libertygive a strong federal gov.and restrain private power
Woodrow Wilson gave the Fourteen Points speech so it would be known  what the United StatesÕ long term objectives were for World War I.  The Fourteen Points addressed diplomacy, the League of Nations, and  freedom of the seas as well as colonial and territorial claims.
After Wilson's stroke, his wife was called the first woman president. Many believe she took over much of his decision making. Her nickname was Mrs. President
why did Woodrow Wilson send marines to latin America because hes a jerk!
The law school lacked funding to continue on and then phased-out it's remaining students so that they would qualify for their J.D. and LL.Mdegrees
Wilson wanted to dismantle the current imperial order of the world  by offering eventual self-rule to colonies as addressed in Point  Five. He also wanted the European sections of the two fallen  empires to have independence immediately.
President John Adams was the father of President John Quincy Adams.
To help install a good leader instead of another dictator taking over.
28th president 1912-1920
Well, he was killed. he died of a stroke and his life ended suddenly. Its not really a bad thing, but it was to him!
it means that it is peace with out victory
Yes he did, But later after war, he was injured. Some people think that it was the surprise attacks in the war that made him jumpy for months later.
After the Treaty of Versailles 1919, they were not allowed to have a military force. They had to give up some of their territory (a major cause of WWII), and they were forced to pay reparations for the damages to other countries and for their war costs (another cause of WWII). I am not sure why the...
he reminded them that there would be a battle soon and it was useless to fight amoungst themselves
His plan for peace after World War I became known as the Fourteen Points.
establishment of a tax based on individual income
I think he had 1 bluetick hound when he was a child in the ozarks.
cuz he just did just deal with it
  Margaret Woodrow Wilson (16 April 1886 - 12 February 1944); Jessie Woodrow Wilson (28 August 1887 - 15 January 1933);   Margaret Woodrow Wilson (16 April 1886 - 12 February 1944); Jessie Woodrow Wilson (28 August 1887 - 15 January 1933);
personally delivered his presidential address to congress
This inspired Lil B to have sex all the woman in the world. Then  the term "thank you basedgod" came. This was a tragic event because  all the woman were getting penetrated by lil B surprised he didnt  catch an STD or get prostate cancer
One being, Germany's U-ships or submarines...these ships in particular have sank three American ships along with several other European ships. The sinking of the Lustintania was a horrible thing to lose 1,198 people aboard the cruise ship. Another reason is because of the Zimmermann Telegram. ...
Yes, every President except George Washington got the opportunityto live in the White House. The White House wasn't built yet at thetime Washington was in office.
Woodrow Wilson was a smart fellow and he   graduated from Princeton right before he became president. He had 1 wife, but she died. Then he re-married a few months after the death. He was nice and steady when near people he knew, but scared and secretive when he was with people that he didn't know...
He and Theadore Rosevelt felt that the government shold supervise the growth of big buisnesses and trusts.
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no he supported segragation in the southern states
He was trying to keep every body clamed down when world war 1 was happening.
Wilson was dead by WWII, having died in February of 1924
To help France and Britain when the war over Germany
there was economic problems and he could noy afford it.economic: food, shelter, life.
He was elected in 1912 and reelected in 1916. He was in office from March 4, 1913 to March 4, 1921.
The 28th President of the United States, Woodrow Wilson, was a Presbyterian.
Considering that his pet project, the League of Nations, was decisively rejected by the US Congress - and that the League itself collapsed into an impotent and ineffectual wreck in the face of Axis and Soviet agression - and furthermore that the Democratic Party spent twelve long years in the...
No, it was after his "fourteen points" speech that they offered armistice
  A Rhode's scholar and translator of Japanese children's books.
Robert Woodrow Wilson was born on January 10, 1936.
Robert Woodrow Wilson is 75 years old (birthdate: January 10, 1936).
Woodrow Wilson was 56 years old when he became president of the United States. He was born on December 28, 1856, and was inaugurated on March 4, 1913.
Yes, he re-segregated the government
He formed the league of nations,he proclaimed mother's day.
cause he made world war peace.
Wilson tried to end the crisis by promising a national conference and urging the steel unions to seek a settlement of grievances.
March 4, 1913 - March 4, 1921
Thomas Woodrow Wilson was the 28th President of the United States. He was born on December 28, 1856 and died on February 3, 1924. He was the President of the United States from March 4, 1913 to March 4, 1921. He also served as the 43th governor of New Jersey.
he did what he did because he liked the political life and not all the fancy stuff like all the other presedents he wanted to work hard and stay strong to his country ...
Woodrow wilson is considered as the father of public administration.Ashish Ranjan is the father of indian public administration !!Fred Riggs is the father of Comparative Public Administration
Public administration goes back to the days of the ancient Greeks  and Egyptians. They are known to have organized many of their  public affairs by location and each had an office that was run by a  principal officeholder.
Civil rights were not extended to African Americans.
I am related to him. I have researched and looked back in history. No, Jamie Wilson is not related to Woodrow Wilson!
not man presidents have but Obama seems to be following the ideas of Taft
The importance of comparative public administration is to compare  data across states and propose policies that benefit its citizens.  Decisions are formed based on the findings.
Towards the end of the war, President Wilson came up with the  Fourteen points plan and thought this would be an effective way to  end the war. However, not all countries agreed and thus he was  forced to compromise.
John Franklin Fort (born March 23, 1852 in Pemberton, New Jersey; died November 17, 1920 in South Orange, New Jersey) succeeded Edward C. Stokes as the thirty-third Governor of New Jersey, serving between January 21, 1908 and January 17, 1911, including the whole of 1910.
Public policy is a set of rules to follow. Public administration  may relate to the employees in administration positions in  businesses.
  well, I'll give you a pro and a con. pro: almost killing himself (because of bad health) for world peace. con: letting people send the women to jail (while they were PEACEFULLY fighting for womens rights) and be beaten by men roaming the streets.
Underwood Act lowering tariffs   Implemented a graduated Federal income tax   1913 - Federal Reserve Act   1914 - Antitrust legislation that established the Federal Trade  Commission. 1916 - Signed law prohibiting child labor.   1916 - Limiting railway workers to an eight-hour workday. ...
The United States was loyal to him because he kept them out of the war
It means countries need to be less imperialistic... Hence the I for imperialism In The 4 M.A.I.N reasons World War I Started Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism
The Fourteen Points, which included his League of Nations.
because he wanted u.s. citizens to be mad at the senators to not figt and war