6 edition of The election of 1912 and the administration of Woodrow Wilson found in the catalog.
A discussion of the presidential election of 1912 and the subsequent administration of Woodrow Wilson, based on source documents.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 122-123) and index.
|Statement||editor, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. ; associate editors, Fred L. Israel, David J. Frent.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Sources|
|Series||Major presidential elections and the administrations that followed|
|Contributions||Schlesinger, Arthur Meier, 1917-, Israel, Fred L., Frent, David J.|
|LC Classifications||E765 .E43 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||2002011264|
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Resources. Win the Election of (PBS/WGBH). Wilson’s Legacy (PBS/WGBH). Presidential Election (The Ohio State University) Library of Congress.
Inaugural Address, Woodrow Wilson, March 4,The Avalon Project, Yale Law School *Don Linky was a senior policy fellow at the Center on the American Governor from the program’s inception until Wilson, Roosevelt, Taft and Debs -The Election that Changed the Country - Kindle edition by Chace, James.
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Even though the election wasn't the election that changed the country (there have been several), it was a critical one. It gave us Woodrow Wilson, though only by a plurality of the popular vote (albeit a huge electoral majority) and so gave us U.S.
/5(13). Wilson speaking to crowd. Courtesy: Library of Congress. Woodrow Wilson, then governor of New Jersey, was the Democratic Party's candidate for the presidential election of Author: American Experience.
Wilson, Woodrow: presidential campaign Woodrow Wilson shaking hands during his presidential campaign, c. Courtesy of the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library, Staunton, Virginia On election day, November 5, Roosevelt outpolled Taft but failed to.
Wilson’s dissertation, Congressional Government, examined how a strong Congress could dominate a weak president. It was hailed as the best book on the subject and remained in print for decades. After graduation, Wilson went to teach college: first at Bryn Mawr, then at Wesleyan, and finally at his alma mater, Princeton, in The liberal governor of New Jersey, Thomas Woodrow Wilson, was the Democratic Party's choice, while Roosevelt campaigned as the candidate of the Progressive, or Bull Moose, Party.
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Democrat Woodrow Wilson was nominated on the 46th ballot of a contentious convention, thanks to the support of William Jennings Bryan, the three-time Democratic presidential candidate who still had a large and loyal following in Wilson, Roosevelt, Taft, and Debs--The Election that Changed the Country.
By James Chace. New York: Simon and Schuster, pp. Author James Chace, a professor of government and public law and international journal editor, contends that "the year constitutes a defining moment in American history" (p.
6), as that year's presidential campaign "tackled the central. This projection of election results appeared in The North American Review in Septemberjust before the election took place.
It must be noted that Theodore Roosevelt was a native New Yorker, and yet Wilson was expected to carry New York (which he did).
The North American Review denounced Roosevelt as a hypocrite and a demagogue, assuming he would only be able to win over the. The biggest factor contributing to Woodrow Wilson's election in was the emergence of Theodore Roosevelt's Progressive, or "Bull Moose" Party.
American History: Taft, Wilson and Roosevelt in the Election of Septem Theodore Roosevelt at what appears to be the first Progressive Party : VOA Learning English. The Democrat, Woodrow Wilson, won with a mere percent but with electoral votes compared to 88 for Roosevelt and 8 for Taft.
The Socialist Party candidate, Eugene Debs, more than tripled the vote he received into 6 percent. Link was the first “dean” of Wilson scholars.
His study of the campaign and Wilson’s presidency still provides guideposts for scholars. Link acknowleged Wilson’s racism but did not incorporate it into his full vision of the man or his administration.
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Ross Kennedy talked about Herbert Hoover’s relationship with Woodrow Wilson and his role in the Wilson administration until.The papers of Woodrow Wilson (), scholar, president of Princeton University, governor of New Jersey, and president of the United States (), consist of approximatelydocuments, including many related to the presidential election.