Not that Woodrow Wilson was a saint, but seriously, outrage at everything?
What is the school’s decision? To put up “diverse artwork,” as the College Fix reported, while keeping Woodrow Wilson’s name on the public affairs school and on one of their residential halls. Photo by Woodrow…
There is something deliciously ironic about academic and media elites rethinking Woodrow Wilson, probably the president they have lionized most until the current occupant of the White House took office. It is an irony that…
A Portland, Oregon high school teacher says that Woodrow Wilson’s name should be removed from the high school he teaches at.
Why? Woodrow’s racist history has been largely forgotten. A great piece by Randy Barnett at the Washington Post.
Guest blogger Jonathan Marks teaches political philosophy at Ursinus College. Corey Robin, a professor of political science at Brooklyn College, concludes a recent piece in Salon by imagining how Princeton might distance itself from its former…
Woodrow Wilson has suddenly emerged as a hot topic in our current politics.
Although it may be a minority viewpoint among scholars, some intellectuals do not think that talk show host Glenn Beck’s criticism of President Woodrow Wilson goes far enough.
When you compare the racial attitudes of Woodrow Wilson, FDR and Ronald Reagan, guess who comes out on top?
As Black History month draws to a close, we should highlight a Wilsonian trend in policy that is relevant to President Woodrow Wilson’s national and international outlook—segregation.