Selected Addresses and Public Papers of Woodrow Wilson

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The Minerva Group, Inc., 2002 - History - 332 pages
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This is a selection of the public communications of President Wilson to the American people. First come the public expositions of the President's policy, in his first inaugural address, some of his annual messages, and the numerous addresses to Congress which have been a feature of the administration. No President between John Adams and Wilson approached Congress in any other way than through the written messages sent by a subordinate, which were begun by President Thomas Jefferson. Some very characteristic short pieces in this volume are the letters and telegrams, sent on various occasions, such as the dedication of Cleveland's birthplace, the seventieth birthday of Edison, and greetings to the French and Russian governments.
 

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dress15 Grover Cleveland Letter on Dedication
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Address at Suffrage Convention Atlantic City
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ing to French Democracy Cablegram to the French
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