How To Use Wilsonian In A Sentence

  • It is above all to the drumbeat of Wilsonian idealism that American foreign policy has marched since his watershed presidency, and continues to march to this day.
  • But the Neutrality Acts of 1935, 1936, and 1937 nevertheless represented a repudiation of Wilsonianism.
  • Ultimately, Wilsonianism would find support mainly among the small current of democratic interventionists.
  • A Wilsonian idealist sees democracy promotion as the foundation of national security.
  • Foreign aid does not challenge Wilsonian principles; it involves cooperation, or at least a lack of obstruction, from foreign governments.

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