Woodrow Wilson

The Problem of Military Intervention

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Just and Unjust Military Intervention

Much of American military and diplomatic history can be told in terms of military intervention and counter intervention, as well as debates about the justice and prudence of using force this way. One of the fundamental purposes of the American

Woodrow Wilson’s New Constitution

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The centennial of Woodrow Wilson’s 1913 inauguration as the twenty-eighth president of the United States has been marked by substantial scholarly attention to his presidency and to Progressivism generally. Among the most recent works is A. Scott Berg’s massive Wilson

Of Constitutionalism, Consequentialism and Climate

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The president, armed with inherent executive power topped with statutory authority, faced a dilemma: Danger beckoned. Congress alternated between theatrical hems and political haws.  The international position and perhaps security of the United States were at stake.  So he chose

Congress and Deliberation in the Age of Woodrow Wilson: An Elegy

Congress and Deliberation in the Age of Woodrow Wilson: An Elegy

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Are we all Wilsonians now?

Neoconservatives, it should be said in fairness, brought the 28th President’s ideology through the front door in the plain light of day in the form of a moralized and expeditionary foreign policy.  What

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