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    Thomas Woodrow Wilson was born on December 28, 1924 in Stanton Virginia. His Father was Joseph Wilson, a Presbyterian minister who served as chaplain in the Confederate army during the Civil War. His Mother was Jessie Woodrow who was born in England and was the daughter of a minister (Charles River Ed. 80). Wilson’s family lived in Augusta, Georgia during the time the Union Army occupied the area during the Civil War. Wilson was homeschooled because his mother was afraid of how witnessing the violence

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    Woodrow Wilson

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    Woodrow Wilson, Born in Virginia in 1856 and raised in Georgia and South Carolina, was the 28th president of the United States. He enacted significant reform legislation during his two terms. Surprisingly, he was a political novice who had held only one public office before becoming president, but fortunately enough possessed considerable political skill. He was a brilliant and effective public speaker, but he found it difficult to work well with other government officials because he did not deal

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    Woodrow Wilson

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    Woodrow Wilson President Woodrow Wilson’s legacy of being a peace-keeping president has lasting impression on the United States. From his great intellect and progressive reform, to the tragedy of the Great War and his hope for peace, Wilson was a strong leader through it all. Decades after his death, he is still remembered as the man that he was: an ethical and caring person who desperately wanted to better the world. It was in the beginning of the 20th century when this man finally left his mark

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    Woodrow Wilson: A Biography

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    Woodrow Wilson, the 28th president of the United States, led America through World War I and created the Versailles Treaty's "Fourteen Points," the foremost of which was the “League of Nations”. Wilson also signed the 19th Amendment allowing women the right to vote. Wilson considered himself the representative of the people and believed in creating a new world order of democracy. His ideas led to the philosophy known as “Wilsonianism”. This is a foreign policy which believes peace will prosper if

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    Woodrow Wilson’s Business and Banking Reform Woodrow Wilson who was born in 1856 in Virginia, moved to Georgia when he was a young child, and grew up in the South during a time of Civil War and Reconstruction. His father who was a minister, taught him lessons on how to be responsible and have morals that he could carry with him throughout his whole life. Wilson considered his father to be the greatest teacher he had ever known. Having a father to instill in him such lessons, made him into an extraordinary

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    Thomas Woodrow Wilson was born to Joseph and Janet Wilson. His mother Janet Woodrow Wilson was an English minister’s daughter, and his father Joseph Ruggles Wilson was a Presbyterian minister. At the age of five, Woodrow Wilson’s father served in the American Civil War and used his church as a hospital for the wounded Confederate soldiers. Wilson was a very well educated man; however, he had to try a bit harder than others would imagine. Due to what was believed to be Dyslexia, Woodrow finally learned

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    Woodrow Wilson and The Presidency

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    Woodrow Wilson and His Ability To be an Effective President During Woodrow Wilson's two terms in office he showed to be a great democratic leader in many areas. He managed to accomplish a lot, despite his poor health that he had to deal with since his childhood. Wilson always had a strong interest in government and was always looking for changes and improvements. As president he was never afraid to show a bit of a radical side when it came to making changes. He was constantly pushing for world

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    Woodrow Wilson and The Presidency From the beginning of the 1912 election, the people could sense the new ideas of Woodrow Wilson would move them in the right direction. Wilson's idea of New Freedom would almost guarantee his presidential victory in 1912. In contrast to Wilson's New Freedom, Roosevelt's New Nationalism called for the continued consolidation of trusts and labor unions, paralleled by the growth of powerful regulatory agencies. Roosevelt's ideas were founded in the Herbert Croly's

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    president of the United States. For epilepsy, there is always Joan of Arc or Napoleon. The blind and deaf have Helen Keller. Woodrow Wilson provides a similarly inspiring story for both dyslexia and stroke victims--but the story of his last two years in office provides a troubling example of how brain damage can affect judgment and even block insight into one's own disabilities. Wilson had dyslexia in childhood. Imagine not learning your letters until age 9, not reading until age 12, being a slow reader

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    Woodrow Wilson was one of our nation’s most peaceful and brave presidents and helped lead World War 1 to a non-violent ending. Wilson’s intelligent strategies and methods helped our country stay strong during one of our world’s most tragic events. Overcoming many health conditions and learning disabilities, Woodrow Wilson was prepared to do whatever it took to keep our country under control. Wilson wasn’t just our US president, but also had the role of New Jersey Governor, President of Princeton

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