Woodrow Wilson's Political Personality: A Reappraisal
Edwin A. Weinstein, JAMES W. ANDERSON, and Arthur S. Link review the literature on Woodrow Wilson's personality, concentrating on the book Woodrow Wilson and Colonel House by Alexander and Juliette George. The authors contend that the Georges' book is based on incorrect assumptions about the relationship between Wilson and his father and offer an alternative view of the dynamics of Wilson's political personality.
Power and Principle: Armed Intervention in Wilsonian Foreign Policy, Frederick S. Calhoun Reviewed by Arthur S. Link
The Presidential Election of 1916, S. D. Lovell Reviewed by Arthur S. Link
Peace without Victory: Woodrow Wilson and the British Liberals, Laurence W. Martin Reviewed by Arthur S. Link
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