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What happened to Woodrow Wilson college of law in Atlanta GA?
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
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No, he was not gay. Although there is some very personally intimate words shared between Wilson and Colonel Edward M. House throughout their lives. Such as a personal letter …dated May 11, 1915, just after the Lusitania affair, in which House ended the note: "My heart goes out to you at this time as never before, and I think of you every hour of the day and wish that I was by your side. ... E. M. House" If you ask me, that sounds like it could possibly be thought of as gay, perhaps it is possible that there was a romantic relationship between the two men, but it is not historically recognized if that is the case. Source: The Intimate Papers of Colonel House, Arranged as Narrative by Charles Seymour, Volume 1 of 4. (1926, New York: Houghton Mifflin) p. 435
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President Woodrow Wilson graduated from Princeton University (which was then called College of New Jersey), and then attended law school at the University of Virginia Law Scho…ol. He also earned his doctorate from John Hopkins University. He went on to become the president of Princeton University.
He was elected in 1912 and reelected in 1916. He was in office from March 4, 1913 to March 4, 1921.
1. Twenty- eighth president 2. He was in office when we entered WW1 3. He was 56 years old when he took office 4. Couldn't read until he was ten. 5. Graduated from Princeton U…niversity and Johns Hopkins University. 6. Even though it is no longer in circulation his image is on the $100,00 bill 7. Women received the right to vote. 8. First president to personally deliver the State of the Union Address. 9. First to cross the Atlantic Ocean while in office. 10. He was married to Edith Wilson
Woodrow Wilson's presidency witnessd the Federal Reserve Act of 1913, Underwood Tariff, 16th Amendment, Clayton Antitrust Act of 1914, Smith-Lever Act, Federal Farm Loan Act, …Adamson Act (8 hour work day), and ...
When he was a boy , he played baseball. He later became known as a devoted fan: he loved college football, and he was a passionate major league baseball fan. As for his ow…n participation in athletics, we do know he enjoyed playing golf, and he also enjoyed cycling.
Woodrow Wilson was the 28th President of the United States of America during World War 1. He is known for his 14 point speech which outlined a plan for ending the war and his …subsequent campaign to form the League of Nations and make the US an active member of it. Before the presidency he was a professor of government , the president of Princeton University and the governor of New Jersey.
He retired with his wife to town house in Washington, He was in poor health ,was quite limited in his activities and died in less than three years.
•Seventeenth Amendment ratified calling for direct election of Senators (1913)•Federal Reserve Act (1913)•Clayton Anti-Trust Act (1914)•World War I (1914-1918)•Lusit…ania Sunk (1915)•United States entered World War I by declaring war on Germany (1917)•Treaty of Versailles (1919)•Eighteenth Amendment ratified prohibiting alcoholic beverages (1919)•Nineteenth Amendment ratified giving women the right to vote (1920)
He was trying to keep every body clamed down when world war 1 was happening.
No, President Woodrow Wilson did not ever own slaves. His parents, Joseph and Jessie Wilson, owned house slaves and supported the Confederacy.
Woodrow Wilson was the president who led the United States through World War I. He was also very educated: he was the first U.S. president to have a PhD.
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Created the Fed as an independent institution