When the cheering stopped: the last years of Woodrow Wilson

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Morrow, 1964 - Biography & Autobiography - 307 pages
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Examines the last seventeen months of Woodrow Wilson's presidency and the part played by his wife during his isolation from the world because of illness.

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Review: When the cheering stopped: The last years of Woodrow Wilson (Time reading program special edition)

User Review  - Keith - Goodreads

Gene Smith's minutely detailed biographic account of Woodrow Wilson's last years is far more than just a portrayal of the machinations of Washington politics. It highlights Wilson's relentless ... Read full review

Review: When the cheering stopped: The last years of Woodrow Wilson (Time reading program special edition)

User Review  - Linda - Goodreads

Another of the Time Life books that showed up on my door about every month for a few years! It is one I remember enjoying and want to read again, as I now have read a lot more about the treaty that ended WWI and its implications for WWII. Read full review

Contents

THE PRESIDENT
3
THE SECOND MRS WILSON
89
S STREET
191
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