Woodrow Wilson. Life and Letters

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Woodrow Wilson. Life and Letters

By Ray S. Baker
Doubleday Page, 1927
0 pp. $10.00

The first two volumes of the standard biography of the late president, reviewing his career from 1856 to 1910. The author gives an account of Wilson's formative years, and, through the use of a mass of unpublished correspondence, is able to add materially to our knowledge of the influences and ideas that composed the Wilsonian outlook.

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