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Woodrow Wilson

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.

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Is the sedition act still in effect today?

No, it was repealed on December 13, 1920.

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Did Woodrow Wilson get married while in office?

Yes he did. Being a widower, he took a second wife December 18,1915, during his first term.

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What did Woodrow Wilson do as president?

He created the Federal Reserve to regulate the us currency, lowered working days to 8 hours, made child labor laws, regulated trusts and balanced the economy, while bringing it out on to the world stage.

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Where did Woodrow Wilson have his heart attack?

he had a stroke in Washington dc

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What US President is associated with the Fourteen Points?

Woodrow Wilson made a notable speech to Congress in which he listed 14 points which he thought could be used to negotiate peace in Europe after W W I broke out.
Woodrow Wilson .

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What was the main objective for fourteen points?

The peaceful end to World War One with no one being blamed, self-determination of countries, and the creation of the League of Nations.

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What are the aspects of administration?

Administration allows you to collect distribute and dispatch mail to the relevant companies and also the administrator stores and retrieves records and they organise meetings and handle documents and administrator responds promptly to any enquiries and they researches any relevant information that is needed in the company and the administrator is in charge of sending and receiving messages and they also manage the stock inside the business such as purchasing supplies of office stationery and they also plan events and make arrangements for them

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William H. Taft

Where is Taft's bathtub?

His famous big bathtub was in the White House. It has been replaced and I do not think it was preserved anywhere.

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Who was the US President after Woodrow Wilson?

Warren Gamaliel Harding was the US President after Woodrow Wilson. Harding was a Republican.

Warren G. Harding was the 29th President of the United States from 1921 March 4, to 1923 August 2.

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What helped President Wilson in the 1916 election?

He had kept the country out of the war.

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How did president Woodrow Wilson moral diplomacy differ from Roosevelt big stick policy of military force?

moral diplomacy is more of a talk it out for peace to stay away from fighting while the big stick policy is "using a big stick" to get what you want. woodrow wilson's moral dipomacy is more like a peace plan while with the big stick policy is maore of taking what you want.

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What are 3 reforms made by Woodrow Wilson?

1.Chocolate

2.chocolate

3.chocolate

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Did Woodrow Wilson repeal the Panama Canals Tolls Act?

According to my history textbook, American Pageant:

"In a similarly self-denying vein, Wilson persuaded Congress in early 1914 to repeal the Panama Canal Tolls Act of 1912, which had exempted American coastwise shipping from tolls and thereby provoked sharp protests from injured Britain."

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What was Woodrow wilsons nickname that only has 5 letters?

Wilson was called Tommy as a boy since he first name was Thomas.

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Who was Woodrow Wilson?

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.

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Which of his 14 points did president Wilson feel was most important?

Wilson's final and, in his mind, most important point was the establishment of a "general association of nations" that would foster international cooperation, freedom, and peace.
League of Nations

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Was Yvette Wilson married?

She was married to Jerome Harry, CEO of Fatdaddy Records Inc.

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Did Alf Wilson - Torrie Wilson's father - really die?

No, Al Wislon never died it is just an angle. He attended Torrie's & Billy Kidman's wedding later on that year.

I'm a friend of Al Wilson and he actually did die. I still miss him. And I'm the actual person who attended Torrie's and Billy's wedding. They divorced later that year.

#2 is lying. Torrie has a stepdad. He real dad is still alive. I met Torrie at an autograph signing, and asked her that, and she laughed and said "Of course he's still alive!"

ANSWER NO 3 IS RIGHT

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How did Woodrow Wilson become famous?

I'm going to say he became famous by becoming president of Princeton University and then became governor of New Jersey then he eventually became president of the United States. Hope this helps.

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What is public administration?

Public administration is the public servant working in public department and agencies and all levels of government

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Could public administration be separated politics using fayol's principles?

Yes it can be separated to an extent. with the planning aspect however politicians have to implement decision making so both the administrators and the politicians are needed in this function however with respect to organizing, controlling, coordinating and commanding there is no need for the politicians to implement any decision making, the administrators can now execute policy and minimize the role of the politicians.

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What was President Woodrow Wilson's New Freedom plan?

  • To be able to break up trusts into smaller companies, he hoped to restore the competition that had once existed in the American economy.
  • Wilson was an admirer of Thomas Jefferson. The agrarian utopia of small, educated farmers envisioned by Jefferson struck a chord with Wilson. Of course, the advent of industry could not be denied, but a nation of small farmers and small businesspeople seemed totally possible. The New Freedom sought to achieve this vision by attacking what Wilson called the TRIPLE WALL OF PRIVILEGE- the tariff, the banks, and the trusts.
  • Wilson policy emphasized the need for the Jeffersonian tradition of limited government with open competition. Free enterprise was necessary and "bigness" was a curse. He opposed too much federal power, which was the opposite of what Roosevelt advocated. Roosevelt's "New nationalism" policy stated that the federal government should have more power in order to guarantee the rights of the people. This meant regulating business and industry to ensure the rights of various social and labor groups, going in accordance to his progressive agenda and personality.
  • To increase fairness in the economy, Changes in banking procedures, Taxes on imported goods, & laws against monopolies.
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