Woodrow Wilson

NOUN
  1. 28th President of the United States; led the United States in World War I and secured the formation of the League of Nations (1856-1924)
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How To Use Woodrow Wilson In A Sentence

  • The phrase expressed an American ideal, enunciated to the world to resounding applause by President Woodrow Wilson. Turmoil and Triumph
  • PORTSMOUTH A student at Woodrow Wilson High School in Portsmouth is being interviewed by police after allegedly firing three shots from a handgun at the school today. The Shad Plank
  • President Woodrow Wilson created the National Research Council to organize the work of scientists and engineers to win the war.
  • This question had rankled lawmakers and scholars of the Constitution since the administration of Woodrow Wilson.
  • The five men in the 20th century who unhorsed sitting presidents - Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton - all built their power bases as state governors.
  • The main criticism of Woodrow Wilson in the spring of 1919 was based upon his alleged softness towards Germany.
  • TR would run against him in 1912 on the Bull Moose ticket, dashing both of their presidential careers and handing the White House to Woodrow Wilson. Devil Dog
  • Woodrow Wilson hoped the League of Nations would replace power politics with international cooperation.
  • I came to Congress as a freshman in the first Administration of Woodrow Wilson.
  • Woodrow Wilson's Red Scare was the earliest and most extreme resort to state power in twentieth-century America to suppress labour, political dissidence, and independent thought.
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