President Woodrow Wilson’s Four Points

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In 1918, after the conclusion of WWI, Woodrow Wilson, who served as president during the war, presented this list of hopes to Congress. He wanted to resolve the war that had just concluded and prevent further conflicts in the future. As students read, they should take notes on how Wilson thought conflicts could be solved and prevented. This text is for 11th grade readers.

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