The True Battle of Woodrow Wilson
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This paper examines Cooper's opinion that argues that Woodrow Wilson felt that it was his responsibility to prevent the United States from participating in the First World War. The paper looks at statements made by Wilson which show his true opinion and briefly cites arguments that he put forward against joining WWI.
From the Paper:"Wilson understood the realities of war and hoped that the United States could remain neutral. He felt that a war could tear the U.S. apart. War would divide the American people and result in countless deaths. In fact, Wilson felt that death and destruction were too large a price to pay for a victory in war."
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