Toward an Ideal: The Political Philosophy of Woodrow Wilson
Harroun, Charles R.
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Woodrow Wilson's political philosophy (as it will be referred to here), was a product of thoughts and ideas of early years of his life. How was it first put together? What influences may have effected later beliefs? The culmination of Wilson's earlier influences lies in his efforts as President of the United States to actualize or put into practice those thoughts of earlier years. In an 1893 article on Abraham Lincoln's Presidency, Woodrow Wilson wrote that the Presidency serves as a time to "test character." Here, we turn the wheels and apply Wilson's method to himself. While using his presidency as the time to test pre-conceived beliefs, we use his pre-presidency years as spokes to find the hub.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.