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Woodrow Wilson

             Woodrow Wilson was the 28th President of the United States of America. Woodrow Wilson's full name is Thomas Woodrow Wilson. He attended the Princeton College and graduated in 1879. Thomas Woodrow Wilson was born on December 28th , 1856. Woodrow Wilson later decided to drop the Thomas part of his name and hence forth his new full name is Woodrow Wilson. Woodrow Wilson actually attended Davidson College in 1873 to 1874 and in 1875 entered the college of New Jersey or Princeton. Wilson also studied at Virginia Law School and he briefly practiced law in Atlanta. Wilson entered The John Hopkins University study earn his Masters degree in political science. Wilson also went on to become a teacher who taught at Bryn Mawr College and Wesleyan University. Wilson also wrote nine books George Washington, A History of the American People, Constitutional Government in the United States, Papers of Woodrow Wilson.
             Woodrow Wilson was apart of religious household. Wilson's father was a Presbyterian Minster and his mother was the daughter of a minister. Woodrow Wilson got married to Ellen Louise Axson on June 24th, 1885 and remarried on Dec 18th 1915 to Edith Bolling of both he had 3 children, Margaret Woodrow Wilson, Jessie Woodrow Wilson and Eleanor Randolph Wilson.
             Woodrow Wilson was elected into the presidency as of 1913. Woodrow Wilson was a democrat. By presenting his program personally before the Democratically controlled Congress, Wilson was able to have certain laws passed like, the Underwood Tariff Act, The Federal Reserve Act, Lafollette Seamen's bill, the Federal Farm Loan Act, providing low-interest loans to farmers. He also signed Adamson Act, providing 8 hours day to interstate railroad workers, and the Child Labor Act which limited children's working hours.
             As the war president, Wilson made a major contribution to America as Wilson immobilized platoons and establishing a series of war agencies.

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