RELIGION AND THE AMERICAN PRESIDENTS: Woodrow Wilson (1913–1921)

Divisions and distrust hovered over American politics in the summer of 1912. From the left, progressives — represented by the Democratic and Progressive (Bull Moose) parties, the latter led by former Republican President Theodore Roosevelt — focused on using the expansive levers of government to extend rights, protections and assistance for ordinary Americans. Political policies […]

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