In Search of Woodrow Wilson: Beliefs and Behavior
Saunders complements an understanding of the origins and evolution of Woodrow Wilson's beliefs, particularly the notion of stewardship, with an appreciation of the strengths and weaknesses of his leadership and the historical context within which he pursued his dreams. Based upon a thorough and systematic analysis of the available primary sources, this work explores Wilson's relationship with his parents, his wives, and his professional and political colleagues. It examines his conduct of domestic and foreign policy from 1913-1921, as well as his inner turmoil over professed beliefs which conflicted with the demands of leadership. This detailed account records the social background, beliefs, and behavior of one of America's most controversial and significant 20th century leaders.
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Address Allies American April August Bainbridge Colby blacks British campaign Clemenceau Colonel House commitment compromise concern Congress December decision Democratic Despite Diary of Colonel Diary of Dr Diary of Josephus diplomatic draft economic Edith Bolling Galt Edward Mandell House effort Ellen Axson Wilson Ellen Louise Axson Enclosure to WW Europe February Fourteen Points French Galt to WW Germany Germany's Grayson Hankey's Notes Hitchcock House to WW Ibid issue January Jersey Joseph Patrick Tumulty Josephus Daniels July June labor Lansing to WW leaders League Lloyd George March meeting military nations negotiations Newton Diehl Baker November October peace conference political position President Princeton problems proposal Ray Stannard Baker reparations Report Republican response Robert Lansing role Russia Senate September speech Thomas Watt Gregory treaty United White House William Wilson to WW Woodrow Wilson WW to Edith WW to Edward WW to Ellen WW to Robert