TIL Hector Boiardi was an accomplished Italian chef and at the age of 17 he was put in charge of catering president Woodrow Wilson’s wedding. He later went on to found the β€œChef Boyardee” brand. chefboyardee.com/articles…
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Today marks 100 years since Woodrow Wilson left office
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Woodrow Wilson kinda even looks like a soyjak
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American deserters being publicly humiliated in Florient, France on November 5, 1918. During WWI, 2,657 U.S. servicemen were convicted of desertion, with 24 being sentenced to death; all of the condemned were instead commuted to prison terms by President Woodrow Wilson. [800 x 749]
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Prohibition tattoo by Woodrow Wilson Cowher at Bulldog Custom Tattooing in East Palestine, OH
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TIL that an aged Teddy Roosevelt promised to die in battle if political rival President Woodrow Wilson would allow him to create a Rough Riders unit for WWI. β€œI told Wilson that I would die on the field of battle, that I would never return if only he would let me go!” smithsonianmag.com/histor…
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Woodrow Wilson - our worst president ever - belatedly recognized his mistake in allowing the establishment of the Federal Reserve
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If the movie Wilson (1944) depicting the life and presidency of Woodrow Wilson was released today, it would depict the life and presidency of Bill Clinton.

The new movie would take place in 1997.

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Woodrow Wilson in hoi4
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Today marks the 100th anniversary of America’s freedom from Woodrow Wilson’s presidency.
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Now I'm aware of how racist Woodrow Wilson was but how racially tolerant or open minded were American Presidents/politicians around the turn of the century (late 19th/early 20th century)? Did any seek African-American voters? Were any quite simply, "a friend of the Black community"?
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What if the Senate allowed Woodrow Wilson to establish a League of Nations mandate over Armenia?

IRL, Wilson asked the Senate to establish a mandate over Armenia, but was rejected. What would happen if it approved, and Wilsonian Armenia became an American madate territory in 1920?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilsonian_Armenia

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TIL US president Woodrow Wilson's first name was Thomas. He changed it to Woodrow to emphasize the family connection and to sound more dignified. britannica.com/biography/…
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Fuck Woodrow Wilson
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All my hommies hate Woodrow Wilson
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Why Woodrow Wilson was the worst president in American history?

For My APUSH class, we do debates each month, and this month I chose To criticize Woodrow Wilson’s presidency. If you can give me some bad things he did besides the racism category I would greatly appreciate it!

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Woodrow Wilson fans, do you have any arguments as to why Wilson deserves a second look?

I've noticed recently (in the past few weeks) that while Wilson is still hated, there are some fans who believe that he's underrated. If you're a Wilson fan or just believe he deserves a bit more recognition, please present your arguments. I don't like him that much but I am willing to change my mind a bit.

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By Woodrow Wilson Cowher at Bulldog Custom Tattooing in East Palestine, OH
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Woodrow Wilson was kinda underrated imo.
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Anyone else kinda despise Woodrow Wilson?
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My response to the Woodrow Wilson revisionism

As a good friend of mine has said:

> ''I've noticed recently (in the past few weeks) that while Wilson is still hated, there are some fans who believe that he's underrated. If you're a Wilson fan or just believe he deserves a bit more recognition, please present your arguments. I don't like him that much but I am willing to change my mind a bit.''

I personally disagree with that last claim, exactly why I am making this post. Wilson's recent revisionism is simply baffling to me and makes absolutely no sense. My first question is ''Why?'' followed by ''Are you sure you want to give him man some modern revisionism?'' This post will show why I will never change my thoughts on Wilson and why C-SPAN's high rating of him doesn't mean he is some lord and savior. A lot of factors show that they suck at making rankings. Here I will pin point down and analyze every failure and success of Wilson. Let's go:

SUCCESSES

Federal Trade Commission: Created in September 1914, it currently has over 1,000 people working at it and it turns out to be a very successful ''business'' for the workers as it pays quite a lot and the budget is pretty big. It doesn't allow corruption which includes bribes and frauds and also seems to not be controlled by the government much which allows it to be more profitable and more protecting of it's consumers. Anti-trust organizations get a plus for me and Wilson (along with Thompson Morgan) is directly credited for creating it so he gets the credit where it is due.

Passed the 19th Amendment: One of the most important amendments in American history, the one that gave women the right to vote surely is a positive. While many have said that he didn't support it and that he arrested women with the Sedition and Espionage acts which cancels all the good, I personally disagree. Actions speak louder than intentions or thoughts (plus I have yet to found evidence that he didn't support it) and I simply don't find many women arrested mostly because the S&E acts were targeting politicians and political citizens and women weren't really in that category, they really only protested for their right.

Adamson Act: It busted some trusts so I place it here, it was effective at it's job and performed well.

That list was super short, let's jump to what I consider the bad stuff and this is where a lot of depth will be seen:

FAILURES

Lack of value to the Constitution/blatant disdain to the public

Sedition and Espionage acts: Signed in 19

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Portrait of U.S. president Woodrow Wilson formed by 21,000 soldiers at Camp Sherman, Ohio - 1918 [1900x2425]
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Woodrow Wilson's nickname is 'Woody'.
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Do you support the 17th Amendment passed by Woodrow Wilson in 1911?

The 17th Amendment took the power of electing U.S Senators away from state legislatures made the system a direct popular vote.

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21,000 officers and men from Camp Sherman, Ohio, placed in formation to depict the likeness of President Woodrow Wilson in 1918. Referred to as a β€œliving photograph” by creator Arthur Mole who, with the assistance of John D. Thomas, made another 30 or so living photographs during WW1.
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Map if Woodrow Wilson fully intervened in Mexico in 1913
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Woodrow Wilson ruined us.
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Woodrow Wilson High School will probably be Dolores Silas High School starting 7/1/21 thenewstribune.com/news/l…
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When you here about president Woodrow Wilson what do you immediately think of?

I just wanna see how he's viewed now

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Woodrow Wilson fanart πŸ₯Ά
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If you see smoke coming from the Woodrow Wilson Bridge it’s because a SUV is on fire
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I was looking up my stamps and this one stood out. Its the Woodrow Wilson $1. I was wondering if it was the USIR watermark. I tried to find how to tell it apart but no luck. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
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Where would you rank Woodrow Wilson if he wasn't a racist? I think he'd be a lot higher on my list had it not been for his racism for his WWI leadership.
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105 years ago today, Woodrow Wilson nominated Louis Brandeis to the Supreme Court. His seat is now filled by Elena Kagan, and only two other justices have occupied this seat between Brandeis and Kagan.
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Fuck Woodrow Wilson
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This pin from Woodrow Wilson's 1916 reelection campaign
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American deserters being publicly humiliated in Florient, France on November 5, 1918. During WWI, 2,657 U.S. servicemen were convicted of desertion, with 24 being sentenced to death; all of the condemned were instead commuted to prison terms by President Woodrow Wilson. [800 x 749]
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Why each side hates Woodrow Wilson
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Not to mention Woodrow Wilson began to suffer from a violent cough during the World War I Peace Talks so it was not hard to talk over him
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Woodrow Wilson and the Tapewoods
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Why the compass hates Woodrow Wilson.
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Why Woodrow Wilson was the worst president in American history

For My APUSH class, we do debates each month, and this month I chose To criticize Woodrow Wilson’s presidency. If you can give me some bad things he did besides the racism category I would greatly appreciate it!

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Did you like Woodrow Wilson

He was a democrat but founded the kkk

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