Woodrow Wilson

(1856 - 1924)

Woodrow Wilson served as the president of Princeton University and the governor of New Jersey before being elected president of the United States in 1912. During the years immediately preceding and following the Civil War, he grew up in Georgia, Virginia, and North and South Carolina.

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Voices In Time

1915 | Washington, DC

Hate Speech

Woodrow Wilson on the poison of disloyalty.More

Voices In Time

1901 | Princeton, NJ

Equal Education

Woodrow Wilson on what makes America special.More

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