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  - Anna Stiglbauer - Goodreads

Insightful and easy to read Read full review

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

User Review  - Stacey Becker - Goodreads

It was a bit slow and dry and boring. But, it was full of facts necessary to complete the goal. It did invoke some emotion as he aged and became ill and unable to do as he used to; anyone that has seen a parent or grandparent go through such a decline would probably be similarly affected. Read full review

Contents

THE PRESIDENT
3
THE SECOND MRS WILSON
89
S STREET
191
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