Woodrow Wilson Unplugged

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Read what textbooks will not tell you about Princeton’s gift to the White House in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.

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  1. martial

    February 7, 2016 4:59 pm

    Also, Wilson was a person of his time. Why not go after a far more nasty racist named Herbert Hoover, the fellow who opposed anti-lynch laws?

  2. martial

    February 9, 2016 2:12 pm

    With Wilson, it’s hard to imagine someone from Virginia at that time thinking differently. His history was dishonest, but in the end, his acts as President were very minor as respects race.

    Hoover, by contrast, did Black people dirty. Moreover, against Stimson’s advice Hoover refused to whack Imperial Japan after Manchuko, which appeasement set up the Japanese conquest of Asia, at the cost of tens of millions of lives. He was our Chamberlain, with no excuse of the need to temporize. He also did not apologize for this horrific act, the worst of all US Presidents. No other US President has the blood of untold millions on his head. All this to oppose the threat of assumed communist infiltration into the US.

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