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Woodrow Wilson

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"Woodrow Wilson, who rose like a rocket from the obscurity of the Princeton campus to be President of the United States, is one of the great enigmatic personalities of American history. Beneath his intensely intellectual and idealistic exterior burned a 'volcano' of a personality that was the source of both his tremendous achievements and his last tragic failure. In this brief but comprehensive narrative, John A. Garraty has traced Wilson's development from his university career through the reforms of the New Freedom and the excitement of World War I to the climax of his struggle for the League of Nations. But Mr Garraty has portrayed the human being as well as the statesman, describing the paradoxical contradictions of Wilson's strange character and showing how his public actions were influenced and controlled by his inner conflicts."

Book in fair condition - it is an ex-library book with the normal stamps and stickers, and there is some pencilled annotation.

Item details

Author(s):
Garraty, J. A.
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1963
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
206
Publisher:
Knopf

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"Woodrow Wilson, who rose like a rocket from the obscurity of the Princeton campus to be President of the United States, is one of the great enigmatic personalities of American history. Beneath his intensely intellectual and idealistic exterior burned a 'volcano' of a personality that was the source of both his tremendous achievements and his last tragic failure. In this brief but comprehensive narrative, John A. Garraty has traced Wilson's development from his university career through the reforms of the New Freedom and the excitement of World War I to the climax of his struggle for the League of Nations. But Mr Garraty has portrayed the human being as well as the statesman, describing the paradoxical contradictions of Wilson's strange character and showing how his public actions were influenced and controlled by his inner conflicts."

Book in fair condition - it is an ex-library book with the normal stamps and stickers, and there is some pencilled annotation.

Author(s):
Garraty, J. A.
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1963
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
206
Publisher:
Knopf

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