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Woodrow Wilson by John A. Thompson
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As President of the United States, 1913-21, Woodrow Wilson directed American foreign policy during the First World War, leading the United States into the conflict in 1917 and playing a major role at the Paris peace conference. He is one of the most significant figures of twentieth century history. This profile, which is based upon the recently-completed publication of the Wilson Papers, presents a fresh view of his career. It provides an integrated interpretation of his academic career as a political scientist and university president, his style as a domestic politician and his conduct of foreign policy - topics that have generally been treated separately andvery differently. It shows that, from an early age, Wilson's chief interest was in the nature of political leadership in a democracy, and describes the great success he enjoyed when he had an opportunity to practice this role himself. Although his ultimate failure to persuade the Senate to accept the League of Nations has left a misleading impression that Wilson was an unrealistic visionary, it took great political skill to lead a largely united country into its first major attempt to shape the world beyond the Western Hemisphere. Thompson's book presents an alternative, more rounded and ultimately more positive portrait of this major President, showing that he was avery able and pragmatic politician. John S. Thompson is Fellow of St Catharine's College, Cambridge. He is the author of 'Reformers and War: American Progressive Publicists and the First World War' (1987).

Author Biography

Professor Thompson teaches history at St Catherine's College, University of Cambridge.
Release date NZ
May 2nd, 2002
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Longman
Pages
284
Dimensions
131x211x18
ISBN-13
9780582247376
Product ID
2059741

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