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President Woodrow Wilson
1902 Encyclopedia Entry

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Source: The University Encyclopedia, The Co-Operative Publication Society, New York, 1902. Edited by Henry M. MacCracken, D.D., LL.D.

This article appears in Volume Ten at page 7107. It was published before Woodrow Wilson became President of the United States. It is suitable as a secondary source reference for term papers.

See also Woodrow Wilson main page

Wilson, Woodrow, an American educator; born in Staunton, Pa., Dec. 28, 1856; became Professor of Jurisprudence and Politics in Princeton University in 1890. He published much on political and literary topices for the magazines and reviews. His books are: "Congressional Government: A Study of American Politics" (1885), a work popular at home and much used by foreign publicists; "The State: Elements of Historical and Practical Politics" (1889); "Division and Reunion," in "Epochs of American History" (1893); "An Old Master, and Other Political Essays (1894); "Colonies and Nation" (1900); "A Short History of the People of the United States" (1901); etc.

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