Item description for Woodrow Wilson: The Man, His Times and His Task by William Allen White...
Reelected because "he kept us out of war," President Wilson went to war "to make the world safe for democracy." A man of Calvinist fervor, intellectual conceit, obstinacy and naivete, he ultimately assisted British imperialism, French chauvinism and Japanese nationalism. If a single person would need to be blamed for the human sufferings in the twentieth century, Wilson would probably top the list. This is his story.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.94" Width: 6" Height: 1.35" Weight: 1.89 lbs.
Publisher Simon Publications
ISBN 1931541329 ISBN13 9781931541329
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More About William Allen White
White was for many years the owner and editor of the Emporia Daily Gazette in Kansas. He was also a novelist, biographer, politician, political advisor, poet, and book reviewer.
William Allen White lived in Emporia, in the state of Kansas. William Allen White was born in 1868 and died in 1944.
Reviews - What do customers think about Woodrow Wilson: The Man, His Times and His Task?
A good biography May 16, 2004
I must say the editorial review above is a little ridiculous. Wilson was a visionary, a strong President, and world leader. Visit his birthplace and museum in Staunton, Virginia, and learn about him. Read this book and learn about him. He is not respected by many in his own party today. White's biography, though not perfect, is an enlightening study of a complex man and mind.