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Woodrow Wilson Notes

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This document covers the HSC syllabus dot points for the personality study of Woodrow Wilson.

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United States Presidency of Woodrow Wilson Nationality Freemen of the City of London American Presbyterians Vice Presidents of the United States Woodrow Wilson Edith Wilson Fourteen Points Edward M. House William Howard Taft Theodore Roosevelt
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United States Presidency of Woodrow Wilson Nationality Freemen of the City of London American Presbyterians Vice Presidents of the United States Woodrow Wilson Edith Wilson Fourteen Points Edward M. House William Howard Taft Theodore Roosevelt
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These included efforts to outlaw the sale of alcohol; regulate child labor and sweatshops and scientifically manage natural resources. • Under Roosevelt’s administration, in the progressive era, USA: ❖ Attacked the privilege and monopolies. ❖ Sought democratic capitalism and an elimination of poverty. ❖ Was sceptical towards unionism. ❖ Racial superiority towards Negroes. ❖ Intolerant of new immigrants. ❖ Called for women’s suffrage, 8 hour day, direct primaries. • Under Wilson’s administration, in the progressive era, USA: ❖ Called for return of political power to people, saw people as a reservoir of leadership ❖ Introduced economic and financial reforms (further down). ❖ Introduced a League of Nations. ❖ Legalised Unions. - The legacies of Taft and Roos...
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