1. President Wilson was the leading architect of the League of Nations, and his progressive stance on foreign policy came to be known as Wilsonianism.
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15. In 1885 to 1888, President Wilson accepted a teaching position at Bryn Mawr College, a newly established women's college near Philadelphia.
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23. President Wilson worked to keep African Americans out of the school, even as other Ivy League schools were accepting small numbers of black people.
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34. President Wilson sought a middle ground between progressives such as Bryan and conservative Republicans like Nelson Aldrich, who, as chairman of the National Monetary Commission, had put forward a plan for a central bank that would give private financial interests a large degree of control over the monetary system.
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43. In 1916, President Wilson purchased by treaty the Danish West Indies, renamed as the United States Virgin Islands.
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45. President Wilson nominated three men to the United States Supreme Court, all of whom were confirmed by the US Senate.
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46. President Wilson took office during the Mexican Revolution, which had begun in 1911 after liberals overthrew the military dictatorship of Porfirio Diaz.
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48. President Wilson rejected the legitimacy of Huerta's "government of butchers" and demanded Mexico hold democratic elections.
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49. Eager to withdraw from Mexico due to tensions in Europe, President Wilson ordered Pershing to withdraw, and the last American soldiers left in February 1917.
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50. President Wilson extracted from Germany a pledge to constrain submarine warfare to the rules of cruiser warfare, which represented a major diplomatic concession.
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68. In 1918, President Wilson spoke out against lynching in the United States, stating: "I say plainly that every American who takes part in the action of mob or gives it any sort of continence is no true son of this great democracy but its betrayer, and.
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70. In 2018, conservative columnist George Will wrote in The Washington Post that Theodore Roosevelt and President Wilson were the "progenitors of today's imperial presidency".
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