Woodrow Wilson

by Brian Morton

This book will look at the life of Wilson, from his early years during the American Civil War, through his academic and political career and America’s involvement in the First World War, to Wilson’s role at Versailles, including the construction of his Fourteen Points, his principles for the reformation of Europe, and the consequences of Versailles for America and on later conflicts.

BRIAN MORTON taught American studies at universities in Britain and Scandinavia, before working for ten years as features and subsequently literary editor at the Times Higher Educational Supplement. Through the 1990s he presented a daily arts and culture programme on BBC Radio Scotland. He is now a full-time writer.

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