Woodrow Wilson and the People

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Woodrow Wilson and the People

By H. C. F. Bell
Doubleday, 1945
392 pp. $3.00

This life of Wilson is sympathetic but not uncritical. The author has chosen to begin his narrative with the Princeton era and to concentrate his main attention on the presidential years. He has also left several weak, or even blank, spots -- such as Wilson's highly significant Latin American policy. All in all, however, this is an honest and valuable appraisal.

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