Woodrow Wilson as I know him, by Joseph P. Tumulty ...

Garden City, N.Y., And Toronto, Doubleday, Page and Company, 1921.

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Subjects Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924.
Wilson, Woodrow.
Description xvi pages, 1 leaf, 553, [1] pages frontispiece (portraits) illustrations (facsimiles) 23 cm
Copyright Date 1921.
Contents The political laboratory. -- Doing the political chores. -- My first meeting with the political boss. -- Colonel Harvey on the scene. -- The New Jersey salient. -- Something new in political campaigns. -- The crisis of the campaign. -- The end of the campaign. -- A party split. -- Exit the old guard. -- Executive leadership. -- Colonel Harvey. -- The "cocked hat" incident. -- Wilson and the old guard. -- Mr. Bryan issues a challenge. -- The Baltimore Convention. -- Facing a solemn responsibility. -- William F. McCombs. -- The inauguration of 1913. -- Mexico. -- Panama tolls. -- Reforming the currency. -- Renominated. -- The Adamson Law. -- German propaganda. -- Wilson and Hughes. -- Neutrality. -- Preparedness. -- The great declaration. -- Carrying on. -- The pen is mightier than the sword. -- Colonel Roosevelt and General Wood. -- Wilson the warrior. -- Germany capitulates. -- Appeal for a Democratic Congress. -- The great adventure. -- Wilson: the lone hand. -- Japan -- Shantung. -- Ireland. -- Prohibition. -- The treaty fight. -- The western trip. -- Reservations. -- Wilson: the human being. -- The San Francisco Convention. -- The last day.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)466709
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WorldCat Identities Tumulty, Joseph P. 1879-1954.
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