In This Review

Woodrow Wilson, Disciple of Revolution
Woodrow Wilson, Disciple of Revolution
By Jennings C. Wise
Paisley Press, 1938, 674 pp

The author has gone to an immense amount of work to try to prove that Wilson, completely dominated by Colonel House, consciously strove to impose a presidential dictatorship on the United States at the same time that he was conspiring, with the active support of international bankers, to establish a super-government to enforce peace throughout the world. In spite of its apparently extensive documentation this book will not convince anyone who does not want to be convinced.