Woodrow Wilson, shown here at his 1917 inauguration, changed positions on whether the United States should get involved in World War I.
Woodrow Wilson, shown here at his 1917 inauguration, changed positions on whether the United States should get involved in World War I. Library of Congress / MCT
Woodrow Wilson, shown here at his 1917 inauguration, changed positions on whether the United States should get involved in World War I. Library of Congress / MCT

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