Woodrow Wilson

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Woodrow Wilson

-Born in Staunton, Virginia on December 28 1856.-Graduated from Princeton University and University of Virginia law school, and got his doctorate at Johns Hopkins.-Was a professor of jurisprudence and political economy at Priceton, and also taught at Bryn Mawr College and Wesleyen College.-Became president of Princeton.-Became governor of New Jersey from 1911 to 1913-Elected president of the United States of America in 1912 after Roosevelt and Taft split the Republican vote.-Known for his missionary/moral diplomacy as President-Though he was an isolationist and wanted to maintain neutrality during the war, he eventually declared war on Germany in 1917-Won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1919-Died on February 3rd 1924

League of Nations

1856 - Birth1911 - Became governor of New Jersey1912 - Elected president1915 - Sinking of Lusitania1917 - US enters WWI1917 - Espionage and Sedition Acts1919 - Treaty of Versailles1921 - End of presidency1924 - Death

Proposed by Woodrow Wilson as a part of his 14 points.Was made as a forum for resolving international disputes.He hoped it would create a "new world order".Despite the fact that Wilson created it, the US Senate was dominated by Republicans angered by the fact that Wilson didn't bring any Republicans to the Treaty of Versailles, and did not allow the US to join the League of Nations. The US also didn't join because of their isolationist views.It was in competition with Lenin's 3rd Communist International (Comintern).Did not end up doing much, and was dissolved in 1946. Though it didn't accomplish much, it paved the way to the creation of the United Nations.

The 14 Points

Statement given by Wilson on January 8 1918 that called for peace in Europe. Though praised for his peace efforts, Wilson's allied partners didn't agree with his utopian view.Woodrow Wilson did not want to punish Germany, and wanted a system based on mutual cooperation and global security.He advocated for free trade, arms reduction, ethnic boundaries, and self-determination.


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