World War I America. Woodrow Wilson at Princeton. Woodrow Wilson…. Progressive : Anti-trust (anti-monopoly); for women’s suffrage; for labor rights; Anti-war. Often defined by his morality and idealism . …Woodrow Wilson.
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A million women entered the American workforce during World War I. In this factory, women of all ages are packing hand grenade parts to be shipped overseas.
But the U.S. economy is growing and international influence/power is stronger…
Peace Treaty Signed at Versailles, 1919 Woodrow Wilson leaving the Palace of Versailles after signing the Peace Treaty.