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Theory Application of the Wilson Administration

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Applying Trubowitz theory is difficult when analyzing the domestic and foreign roles President Wilson played during the beginning of the 2nd decade in the 19th century. The grand strategy Trubowitz discusses is influenced with these two factors: the coalition preference of guns or butter and the level of geopolitical slack present during the period. Then […]

President Wilson loves Butter!

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President Wilson, although spread thin due to how much he had going on internationally with coupes in Latin America and the Caribbean, to late involvement in World War 1, did have the opportunity to continue his political agenda. Being responsible for the longest list of reforms till Roosevelt’s presidency, is pretty impressive considering his geopolitical […]

How much Geopolitical Slack did President Wilson’s administration have?

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The man who is swimming against the stream knows the strength of it.    The professor, also known as the 28th President Woodrow Wilson, was elected in 1912 as a Democrat. President Wilson was the first elected democrat since Andrew Jackson to have been elected to consecutive terms. President led the Democratic Part into capturing […]

How much Geopolitical Slack did President Wilson’s administration have?

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The man who is swimming against the stream knows the strength of it.    The professor, also known as the 28th President Woodrow Wilson, was elected in 1912 as a Democrat. President Wilson was the first elected democrat since Andrew Jackson to have been elected to consecutive terms. President led the Democratic Part into capturing […]