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Woodrow Wilson

A Bibliography of Books in English

Compiled by

Robert Goehlert Dawn Childress

Indiana University Bloomington 2006

Woodrow Wilson:
A Bibliography of Books in English

Aberg, Sherrill, et al. Woodrow Wilson and the League of Nations: Why Was a Just Cause Defeated? New York: Scholastic, 1966. Abrams, Richard M. The Burdens of Progress, 1900-1929. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman, 1978. Africanus. President Wilson, New Statesman. London: Melrose, 1919. Agar, Herbert. The People’s Choice: from Washington to Harding, A Study in Democracy. Dunwoody, GA: Berg, 1968. Alderman, Edwin Anderson, and Claude Augustus Swanson. Woodrow Wilson: Memorial Address Delivered before a Joint Session of the Two Houses of Congress December 15, 1924, in Honor of Woodrow Wilson, Late President of the United States. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1924. AlRoy, Gil Carl. The Involvement of Peasants in Internal Wars. Princeton, NJ: Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, 1966. Alsop, Em Bowles. The Greatness of Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1956. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1971. Ambrosius, Lloyd E. Wilsonian Statecraft: Theory and Practice of Liberal Internationalism During World War I. Wilmington, DE: SR Books, 1991.


———. Wilsonianism: Woodrow Wilson and His Legacy in American Foreign Relations. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002. ———. Woodrow Wilson and the American Diplomatic Tradition: The Treaty Fight in Perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987. American Friends of German Democracy. What President Wilson Thinks of the Friends of German Democracy. New York: Friends of German Democracy, 1918. American Truth Society. A Statement Issued by the American Truth Society in Defense of Its President against an Unjust Attack Made Upon Him by the President of the United States. New York: American Truth Society, 1916. Anderson, David D. Woodrow Wilson. Boston: Twayne, 1978. Anderson, Isabel. Presidents and Pies: Life in Washington 1897-1919. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1920. Annin, Robert Edwards. Woodrow Wilson: A Character Study. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1924. Archer, Jules. World Citizen: Woodrow Wilson. New York: Messner, 1967. Archer, William. The Peace-President: A Brief Appreciation. New York: Henry Holt, 1919. Arnett, Alex Mathews. Claude Kitchin and the Wilson War Policies. New York: Russell and Russell, 1971. Ashurst, Henry Fountain. Idealism of Lincoln and Wilson. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1935. Auchincloss, Louis. Woodrow Wilson: A Penguin Life. New York: Viking, 2000. Axson, Stockton. “Brother Woodrow”: A Memoir of Woodrow Wilson. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1993. ———. The Private Life of President Wilson, by the Brother of His First Wife. Boston: Bliss, 1916. ———. Woodrow Wilson, the Man, as Seen by One of His Family. Woodbury, NJ: Daily Times, 1916. Bacon, Charles Reade. A People Awakened: The Story of Woodrow Wilson’s First Campaign Which Carried New Jersey to the Lead of the States in the Great Movement for the Emancipation of the Government. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page, 1912. Bailey, Thomas Andrew. Wilson and the Peacemakers: Combining Woodrow Wilson and the Lost Peace and Woodrow Wilson and the Great Betrayal. New York: Macmillan, 1947. 2

1944. NY: Books for Libraries Press. Ray Stannard.”: Scattered Impressions of a Reporter Who for Eight Years “Covered” The Activities of Woodrow Wilson. Herman. London: Athlone Press. 1970. Benjamin H. The Federal Reserve System. The Genesis of the World War: An Introduction to the Problem of War Guilt. Beckhardt. New York: Columbia University Press. Woodrow Wilson and World Settlement: Written from His Unpublished and Personal Material. New York: Doran. “Woodrow Wilson: An Estimate. Garden City. 1925. Why We Went to War. New York: Fertig. NY: Doubleday. Woodrow Wilson and the People.———. 1962. 1922. Robert J. New York: Doran. “Woodrow Wilson. “W. Paul. NY: Doubleday.” In Makers of a New Nation. 1924. NY: Kennikat Press. Garden City. 1920.” In Celebrities of Our Time. Herbert Clifford Francis. 1972. 1924. Bell.” In History and Social Intelligence. 505-61. CT: Yale University Press. Harry Elmer. Chicago: Quadrangle Books. James M. New York: United Press Associations. ———. Freeport. 3 . CT: Archon Books. Port Washington. Chicago: Quadrangle. 335-47. Page. Baker. Hugh Hale. Righteous Conquest: Woodrow Wilson and the Evolution of the New Diplomacy. 26892. Page. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University. Birdsall. The Versailles Treaty and After: An Interpretation of Woodrow Wilson’s Work at Paris. NY: Doubleday. Bassett. 1955. 1963. New York: Knopf. 1968. The Passing of the New Freedom. and Woodrow Wilson: Contemporary Appraisal. ———. W. Baker. Woodrow Wilson: Life and Letters. New Haven. 1928. Bellot. CT: Archon Books. Hamden. Baker. Bender. 1926. 1972. Paul. Newton Diehl. 1931. Garden City. Hamden. Page. 1924. What Wilson Did in Paris. Sidney. ———. 1920. ———. Woodrow Wilson’s Political Philosophy. Bernstein. Beck. John Spencer. 1972. Bell. Woodrow Wilson and the Lost Peace. New York: Lawren. Versailles Twenty Years After. Barnes. Woodrow Wilson and the Great Betrayal. “Wilson and Domestic Issues. ———. Woodrow Wilson.

Peterson. and Woodrow Wilson. Braeman. New York: Oxford University Press. MA: Belknap. 1988. Garden City. NJ: Prentice-Hall. John Randolph. 219-41. Harold G. Paul F. and Ernest Barker. Washington. Bradley. NY: Kennikat Press. CT: Archon Books.” In Presidential Wives. Englewood Cliffs. Doran. 1946. Johnson. Eugene Valentine. 1980. DC: Benedict. ———. Gamaliel. “The Wilson Wives: Ellen Axson Wilson (1860-1914) and Edith Bolling Wilson (1872-1961). and the League of Nations Covenant. New York: Norton. Woodrow Wilson as President. Frank B. 1972. Chicago: Row. Brooklyn. Claude Gernade. Bonsal. The Democracy of Woodrow Wilson: An Address at the Democratic Banquet at Boston. W. 2003. Freeport. 1920. Vernon S. Brands. Eugene Clyde. 1924. NY: Books for Libraries Press. Washington. Bragdon. Wilson. a Brief Description of the League of Nations. Woodrow Wilson. 1956. Boller. Baltimore: Lowenthal-Wolf. 1920. Hamden. 1913. Boston: Little. June 16. 1969. Blum. Unfinished Business. New York: Times Books. Joe Tumulty and the Wilson Era. New York: Revell. Brandegee. Three Master Builders and Another: Studies in Modern Revolutionary and Liberal Statesmanship. 1944. Woodrow Wilson and the Politics of Morality. Stephen. Woodrow Wilson: The Academic Years. DC: Government Printing Office. New York: Stokes. Cambridge. The True Woodrow Wilson: Crusader for Democracy. The Progressive Presidents: Roosevelt. NY: Doubleday. Bradford. Henry Wilkinson. 1967. Brooks. Brown. H. NY: Brewster. 1969. Wilson.. Roosevelt. 1911. Brewster. Box. The Passing of Woodrow Wilson. Chronology of Woodrow Wilson: Together with His Most Notable Addresses. 1927. John. the Anniversary of the Batttle of Bunker Hill. The Quick and the Dead.Black. Port Washington. The Wilson Ballot in Maryland Politics. 4 . Pelham Horton.. Address Delivered before the Republican State Convention at New Haven. Mass. 1968. March 24. Conn. Bolling. Bowers. 1916. ———. John Morton. 1913.

Woodrow Wilson: A Bibliography of His Times and Presidency. ———. 1921-1929. William Howard Taft. Woodrow Wilson’s Pierce-Arrow: The Story of the President’s Car Exhibited at His Birthplace. 1978. CT: Praeger. Westport. Bucklin. Wilmington. New York: Harcourt. Woodrow Wilson and the Treaty of Versailles: The German Leftist Press’ Response. Bryan. 175-78. Brown. NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. ———. 1922-24. OH: Kent State University Press. Rutherford. International Normalcy: The Open Door Peace with the Former Central Powers. and Alden Stevens.” In Definitions: Essays in Contemporary Criticism. Victory without Peace. Woodrow Wilson and the Balance of Power. Ventura. Staunton. CA: Golden West Historical. 1944. 1890-1920. An Atmosphere to Breathe: Woodrow Wilson and the Life of the American University College. 1988. Buehrig. 2001. Roger. Wilson’s Foreign Policy in Perspective. Uses of Force and Wilsonian Foreign Policy. Power and Principle: Armed Intervention in Wilsonian Foreign Policy. “Man of Letters: Woodrow Wilson. 1983. Burton. Katharine L. Burlingame. OH: Kent State University Press. The Presidency of Woodrow Wilson: Prelude to a World in Crisis. Realism and American Foreign Policy: Wilsonians and the KennanMorgenthau Thesis. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. Henry Seidel. Buckingham. Kent. Canby. New York: Harcourt. 1974. Leon Hardy. 1959. McGeorge. Kent. 1993. The Learned Presidency: Theodore Roosevelt. MA: Smith. William Jennings. Steven J.Brown. ———. Calhoun. DE: Scholarly Resources. Wilfrid Hardy. Woodrow Wilson. A Tale of Two Conventions. DE: Scholarly Resources. Gloucester. Callcott. an Examination of German Socialist and Liberal Reaction to the Treaty of Versailles and Wilsonian Peacemaking During the Weimar Coalition Era (January 1919 to June 1920). 1990. 1986. New York: Arno Press. The Caribbean Policy of the United States. Edward H. 1957. New York: Woodrow Wilson Foundation. VA: Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation. David Henry. Frederick S. New York: Octagon Books. 1966. 1966. Daniel Patrick. Canfield. Rutherford. Peter H. 5 . Wilmington. Bundy. 1990. 1968. Brace.

1992. DC: CQ Press. 1930. Woodrow Wilson. 28th President of the United States. Cobb. 1991. Woodrow Wilson: British Perspectives. Faded Glory: Presidents out of Power. Coffman. 1912-21. The Federal Trust Policy. Purvis M. The Presidency of Woodrow Wilson. 1982. Englewood. New York: Vantage. CT: Yale University Press... 1917: Why America Fought. Cobb of “The World”. The Close of Woodrow Wilson’s Administration and the Final Years: An Address Delivered before the Missouri Historical Society. G. The Eagle and the Dove: The American Peace Movement and United States Foreign Policy. OK: Garrett. Louis. 1971. 1924. Cocks. The National War Labor Board: Stability.” In American Political Thought. Clark. Carter. Clements. 1989. Frank Irving. Chambers. 19131917. ———. New York: AMS Press. edited by Morton Frisch and Richard Stevens. 1999. Bainbridge. Valerie J. Geoffrey. Warren I. New York: Scribner’s. 1992. DC: American Society for Public Administration. and John Langdon Heaton. 2nd ed. Cheezum. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Woodrow Wilson. 2003. Kendrick A. Edward M. and Eric A. Clements. Chicago: Dee. 1983. World Statesman. Conyne. James D. Ada. “Woodrow Wilson. New York: Kennerley. New York: St. Intervention. Congressional and Public Reaction to Wilson’s Caribbean Policy. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas. 6 . Colby. 1900-1922. Collins. Mo. New Haven. R. and History. Clor. H. 1966. 1987. Readings in the Method of Psychology. James C. Psychoanalysis. Kendrick A. Woodrow Wilson. Social Justice. 1977. Connor. 1983. and the Voluntary State in World War I. David R. New York: Praeger. NJ: Heath. Martin’s. St. Zuck.. Syracuse. Washington. Clark. Washington. April TwentyEighth.Carroll. Cohen. and Alfred M. “The Study of Administration” Revisited. and Travis Crosby. 1930. New York: Oxford University Press. 191-217. The War to End All Wars: The American Military Experience in World War I. John Davidson. 1968. 1985. John Whiteclay. NY: Syracuse University Press. New York: Dutton.

Office. NC: Duke University Press. Croly. Herbert D. “Woodrow Wilson. The Wilson Era: Years of Peace. Edward S. edited by Morton Borden. 1969. ———. Roy Watson. Crane. E. CT: Greenwood Press. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida. 1944. Breaking the Heart of the World: Woodrow Wilson and the Fight for the League of Nations. Chicago: Rand McNally. 1910-1917. ———. St. Cambridge. and Thomas A. Daniel M. Westport. New York: Harper. Crispell. 1986. 1957. 1954. Kenneth R. New York: Dodge. John Milton.” edited by Groff Conklin. Curry. CT: Greenwood Press. Britain. and Carlos F. Corwin. Hardin.” In The President. Daniels. 1983. Woodrow Wilson and Far Eastern Policy. Cronon. The End of Neutrality: The United States. MI: Scholarly Press. 1913-1921. 1856-1924. Hidden Illness in the White House. The War. ———. New York: New York University Press.. 1971. Jonathan. 1971. David. 1968. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 7 . 256-64. Philadelphia: Lippincott. Breslin. 19141917. 1960. 202-25. George. ———. Craig. 1915-1935. Pioneer of World Democracy. 1899-1915. “The New Republic Anthology.Coogan. Ruth. Creel. Woodrow Wilson at Princeton. 1945. 1981. Clair Shores. Gomez. 1988. Durham. “The Literary Sources of Presidential Leadership: Woodrow Wilson. Josephus. and Maritime Rights. The End of Innocence. New York: Octagon Books.” In America’s Eleven Greatest Presidents. and Powers: History and Analysis of Practice and Opinion. 2001. New York: Simon and Schuster. the World and Wilson. Daniels. Ithaca. The Story of Woodrow Wilson: Twenty-Eighth President of the United States. An Ordinary Relationship: American Opposition to Republican Revolution in China. The Vanity of Power: American Isolationism and the First World War. 197-200. 1916.. John W. MA: Belknap. The Life of Woodrow Wilson. New York: Century. The Warrior and the Priest: Woodrow Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt. Westport. 1936. NY: Cornell University Press. Cooper. Wilson and the Issues. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. 1920. Cranston.

Dowie and J. Thomas Tredway. Boston: Little. “Wilson and Gladstone: Perils and Parallels in Leadership. John M. 1975..” In The Philosophy and Politics of Woodrow Wilson. “Wilson the Domestic Reformer. President Wilson Fights His War: World War I and American Intervention. 2002. 1978. CT: Yale University Press. Columbia: University of Missouri Press. Donald. Trani. Wilson’s War. 18801914. ———. Vincent P. New York: Oxford University Press. Devlin. America’s Ascent: The United States Becomes a Great Power. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Dimock. 8 . The Economic Thought of Woodrow Wilson. New Haven. 85-99. 1958. Day. Davidson. 1958. edited by Earl Latham. CT: Greenwood Press. “Wilson in the Campaign of 1912. DeWeerd. New York: Smith. Daniels. The Challenge of Our Time: Woodrow Wilson. 1982. 1917-1923. John. Woodrow Wilson and His Work. 1932.———. Editor in Politics. Garden City.S. Amsterdam: Rodopi. William Edward. New York: AMS Press. Brown. A Crossroads of Freedom: The 1912 Campaign Speeches of Woodrow Wilson. New Haven. 1974. Mr. DeSantis. Dowie. Dos Passos. 127-42. Dodd. Recollections of Woodrow Wilson. New York: Macmillan. Randolph Bourne and the Making of Modern America. CT: Yale University Press. Dorreboom. Diamond. NY: Doubleday. Iris. and Eugene P. William. Winthrop More. Herbert Croly. Donald E. 1956. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Davidson. 1944.-Soviet Relations. 1968. edited by James I. Woodrow Wilson’s Own Story. James I. 1952. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. John. Rock Island. Davis. 1973. 1877-1916. Harvey A. Dobson.” In The Philosophies and Policies of Woodrow Wilson. The Wilson Era: Years of War and after. Too Proud to Fight: Woodrow Wilson’s Neutrality. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press. IL: Augustana Historical Society. 1946. edited by Earl Latham. 1968. John W. Westport. 228-43.” In The Immigration of Ideas. 1991. Patrick. The First Cold War: The Legacy of Woodrow Wilson in U. The Shaping of Modern America. Westport. CT: Greenwood Press. 1962.

et al. Eddy.” In Great Lovers. David M. Eustis. The Wilson Reader. My Aunt Louisa and Woodrow Wilson. “Conquest of Freedom: Woodrow Wilson’s The New Freedom. I Am Ready. 1917. 1991. Herbert. Elliott. 1924. Francis. 1965. Ambrose. Ewart. “Freedom from International Anarchy: Woodrow Wilson. Margaret Randolph Axson. Roosevelt and Wilson: A Comparative Study. Dupuy. Translated by Nancy Roelker. Arthur Power. Andrew. and Kirby Page.” In Molders of the Modern Mind: 111 Books That Shaped Western Civilization. New York: Oceana. Elwell. 1956. 1967. CT: Praeger. R. Eiland. Via Rome: Some Observations on President Wilson’s Reply to Pope Benedict XV. Farmer. CT: Archon Books. 1965. George Sherwood. Duroselle. 1996. New York: Hart. DC: Roberts. Feis. Woodrow Wilson and the World of Today. Max. “Woodrow Wilson and Edith Bolling. Esposito. Boston: Small. PA: Stackpole. Elletson. New York: Doran. 1919-1932. 1961. The Legacy of Woodrow Wilson: American War Aims in World War I. 1944. 9 . Marshall as Vice. From Wilson to Roosevelt: Foreign Policy of the United States. John D. Dudden. Maynard. 1913. William Dunseath. 1965. Five Days to War: April 2-6.President of the United States: At Washington. New York: Fordham University Press. Washington. 1963. Eaton. 35053. 1913. MA: Harvard University Press. Eastman. Cambridge. 1926.Downs. Hamden. Woodrow Wilson: His Life and Work.” In Makers of Freedom. 1917. New York: Lang. Chicago: Peterson. New York: Barnes and Noble. The Diplomacy of the Dollar: First Era. Chairman of the Committee in Charge of the Inauguration of Woodrow Wilson as President of the United States and Thomas R. 1913-1945. 257-76. DC. Westport. March 4. Murray L. Woodrow Wilson: Architect of World War II. Washington to Petrograd. Robert Bingham. Harrisburg. H. From Failing Hands: The Story of Presidents’ Succession. Ernest. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 1924. D. Feerick. New York: People’s Council of America. 200-30. William Corcoran. 1957. Jean-Baptiste. Final Reports of Chairmen of Committees to William Corcoran Eustis. 1968. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. London: Murray.

Together with Its Claim To “Sovereignty” In the Western Hemisphere from Pole to Pole. 1924. “Woodrow Wilson: A Misfit in Office?” In Commanders in Chief: Presidential Leadership in Modern Times. Fosdick. New York: Appleton. Lawrence: University of Kansas Press. CT: Archon Books. Ferrell. Woodrow Wilson and the Far East: The Diplomacy of the Shantung Question. Fisher. Inga. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas. William George. Ford. 1917-1921. 1932. Distinguished Shades: Americans Whose Lives Live On. Woodrow Wilson. 1933. Dawson. Fleming. edited by Joseph G. The Collapse of American Policy in Russia and Siberia. Woodrow Wilson. “Personal Recollections of Woodrow Wilson. Victor M. Anderson. 1965. 10 . Jr. and Charles Seymour. NY: Kennikat Press. ———. 65-86. Hamilton. 1918: Wilson’s Decision Not to Intervene (March-October. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 1959. 1918). “Woodrow Wilson and Open Diplomacy. 1992. Part 1: The Path of Empire. CT: Yale University Press. 1918-1920.” In Issues and Conflicts : Studies in Twentieth Century American Diplomacy. 1993. New Haven. MA: Harvard University Press. Russell H. Filler. The Man and His Work: A Biographical Study. Can America Last?: A Survey of the Emigrant Empire from the Wilderness to World-Power. Carl Russell. 193-209. Hamden. Fitz-Gerald. 1959. 1926. Ovid.Fenno. 1985. Irving. Princeton. Fifield. Robert H. The Rise to World Power. The President’s Cabinet: An Analysis on the Period from Wilson to Eisenhower. Floto. 28-45. London: Murray. pp. 1980. Cambridge. Boulder. NJ: Princeton University Press. Louis. edited by Earl Latham. Richard F. Woodrow Wilson and World War I. New York: Harper and Row. 1958. The United States and the League of Nations. CT: Yale University Press. Henry Jones.. 1967.” In The Philosophy and Policies of Woodrow Wilson. Denna Frank. Woodrow Wilson’s Case for the League of Nations. Fic. Port Washington. Colonel House in Paris: A Study of American Policy at the Paris Peace Conference 1919. Fish. MI: Belfry Publications. 1916. CO: East European Monographs. edited by George L. Raymond B. New York: Putnam’s. Foley. ———. 1995. New Haven.

Safe for Democracy: The Anglo-American Response to Revolution. Elisha Ely..Fowler. and Woodrow Wilson. Gardner. Democracy Today: An American Interpretation. Hamden. Woodrow Wilson.” In Towards a New Past: Dissenting Essays in American History. and Other Public Men. Freud. Princeton. 1964. Gauss. 1924. Gale. Sigmund. New York: Pantheon. Gerson. 1976. Alexander L. Respectfully Dedicated to Our President: Woodrow Wilson. 1917. edited by Barton J. DC: University Press of America. Alfred Antoine. 1966. Twenty-Eighth President of the United States: A Psychological Study. Garrison. 1969. Woodrow Wilson: A Great Life in Brief. 1918. 11 . ———. Wilson and Revolutions. “A Progressive Foreign Policy. 203-51. Williams. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. New York: Oxford University Press. ———. John J. NJ: Princeton University Press. Wilton B. edited by William A. 1968. New York: Dover. Principally as Related to the Development and Writing of the Federal Reserve Law. 1931. Bangor. Friend. New York: Wiley.” In From Colony to Empire: Essays in the History of American Foreign Relations. Christian Frederick. George. 1972. Woodrow Wilson and Colonel House: A Personality Study. 1913-1923. A Covenant with Power: America and World Order from Wilson to Reagan. and William Christian Bullitt. Louis L. Washington. 1914-1920: A Study in the Influence on American Policy of Minority Groups of Foreign Origin. 1917-1918: The Role of Sir William Wiseman. 1972. Wilson and the Federal Reserve Law: A Story of the Author’s Relations with Theodore Roosevelt. John A. 1913-1921. Woodrow Wilson and the Rebirth of Poland. Americanism: Woodrow Wilson’s Speeches on the War. Chicago: Scott. Passaic. New York: Knopf. Furman. ———. CT: Archon Books. ME: John J. British-American Relations. Chicago: Baldwin. Boston: Christopher Publishing. Woodrow Wilson. Our Candidate for Second Term. Friend. 1956. Garraty. 1984. Berstein. ———. 1916. 1900-1921. “American Foreign Policy 1900-1921: A Second Look at the Realist Critique of American Diplomacy. Lloyd C. 1984. and Juliette L. NJ: Furman. Foresman. Thomas Woodrow Wilson. 202-31. Oliver Marble. Roosevelt. George. New York: Oxford University Press. Why He Made Them and What They Have Done.

Rendezvous with Destiny: A History of Modern American Reform. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill. Not an Ornament. 1971. Englewood Cliffs. The Mirrors of Washington. NJ: Prentice-Hall. James. New York: Woodrow Wilson Foundation. New York: Oxford University Press. 1919. Edith Wilson: The Woman Who Ran the United States. New York: Norton. Woodrow Wilson: An Intimate Memoir. Gregory. New York: Viking. 1974. 1977. Graham. Robert F. Green. William Bayard. 1959. Minneapolis. President Wilson. 1919. Woodrow Wilson. Greene. “To Do Good in the World: Woodrow Wilson and America’s Mission. Halévy. and Michele Laporte. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. DC: Potomac Books. et al. Edward. Goldman. ———. 1900-1928. Theodore P. Mark T. Hale. New York: Putnam. Essential Tasks: A Re-Affirmation in the Present of Woodrow Wilson’s Conviction That Liberal Education Is a Power. Hartley. NY: Doubleday. Daniel. 1969.S. Gilbert. and Hugh Stokes. New York: John Lane. Eric. C. Cary Travers. Ross. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. Alfred Whitney. 1977. Grey. Woodrow Wilson: The Story of His Life. 1953. Grayson. 1957. Otis L. 1986. 1920. Grattan.-Mexican Relations under Wilson and Carranza. Page. MN: Compass Point. 359-83. 1971. CT: Yale University Press. 1992. Gilderhus. Diplomacy and Revolution: U. The Story of a Style. The League of Nations. The Origins of American Intervention in the First World War.” In Makers of American Diplomacy. Jr. New York: Knopf. edited by Frank Merli and T Wilson. Robert. New York: Scribner’s. 2003. New Haven. Goheen. Garden City. The Far Eastern Policy of the United States. 1921.Giblin. Griswold. New York: Huebsch. ———. The Great Campaign: Reform and War in America. ———. Clinton. 1912. Why We Fought.. 1962. Pan American Visions: Woodrow Wilson in the Western Hemisphere. Washington. Boston: Heath. 12 . Wilson at Versailles. 1913-1921.

1917-1933.S. Hampton. Place. and Circumstance. 1994. 1976. New York: Holt. 1910-1917. ———. ———. Healy. George M. 1946. Edith Bolling Wilson. New York: St. Hawley. S. Hatch. Woodrow Wilson Still Lives: His World Ideals Triumphant. George McLean. and William Starr Myers. President Wilson. Pan American Visions: Woodrow Wilson in the Western Hemisphere. 1970. Staunton. VA: Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation. 1923. and Harding. Woodrow Wilson: A Biography for Young People. 1961. New York: St. Woodrow Wilson’s Heritage and Environment: Ethnic and Cyclic Patterns in Time. CT: Praeger. 1918. New York: Berntano’s. Washington. The Great War and the Search for a Modern Order: A History of the American People and Their Institutions. “Gargoyles: Roosevelt.” In Contemporary Portraits. National Self-Determination: Woodrow Wilson and His Legacy. Robert Newton. Navy in Haiti.Haley. 1947. President Woodrow Wilson’s Irish and Scottish Heritage. David. 1915-1916. Wilson. ———. 1966. Heater. Second Inauguration of Woodrow Wilson as President of the United States and Thomas Riley Marshall as Vice President of the United States: March 5. E. The Heritage of Woodrow Wilson. MA: MIT Press. Henry Wilson. Martin’s. DC: Government Printing Office. New York: Dodd. Woodrow Wilson: Some Princeton Memories. Westport. Foreign Policy. 1986. P. 262-80. Cambridge. and Elizabeth Green Handy. 1917. Martin’s. Gunboat Diplomacy in the Wilson Era: The U. the Alliance.S. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. Craighill. 1918. Handy. Derek Benjamin. His Problems and His Policy: An English View. NJ: Princeton University Press. Harper. Mead. and German Unification. 1979. Los Angeles: Center for International Understanding. New York: Stokes. Ellis W. 1944. Alden. Princeton. Philadelphia: Dorrance. Harris. John Eugene. 1969. 1913-1921. The Wilsonian Impulse: U. 13 . ———. Frank. New York: Holt. Harper. Revolution and Intervention: The Diplomacy of Taft and Wilson with Mexico. President Wilson’s Addresses. Tuscon: University of Arizona Press. 1945. Harris. Edward. Los Angeles: Center for International Understanding. Mary N. 1996. Harley. Harper. 1917.

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