Woodrow Wilson: The Rise of American Internationalism
Our resident historian Dr. John Foster continued his US Presidents of the 20th Century series last month with Woodrow Wilson.
We’ve filmed and shared his talk for those who couldn’t join us that night.
Nowadays, Wilson his best known for his failed attempt to launch the League of Nations after World War I. However, his platform and policies still affect both US and global politics. For example, it was his administration that pushed for the 19th Amendment, finally giving women the right to vote in this country.
So find out how Wilson went from failed lawyer to president of Princeton to president of the United States. (As a bonus, you can learn Taft’s favorite meal.)
Our series continues at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 16, with a focus on Harry S. Truman. The talk is free to attend and open to all.
Other historical talks by Foster can be watched on our YouTube page, as well, including:
- Theodore Roosevelt: Making the Modern President
- The Nuremberg Trials
- Major Leaders of World War II: Winston Churchill
- Major Leaders of World War II: Franklin Delano Roosevelt
- Major Leaders of World War II: Josef Stalin
- The Battle of Stalingrad
- The Nazi’s Final Solution
- The Fall of Berlin
- Nazism in Power