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McAdoo, William G. (1863-1941) Press statement re: Woodrow Wilson's work at the Peace Conference (Versailles)

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC03967 Author/Creator: McAdoo, William G. (1863-1941) Place Written: [Washington] Type: Document signed Date: 1921/03/04 Pagination: 1 p. 32.9 x 20.3 cm

Arguing that Wilson "laid the foundations of world peace and a new order" and that Wilson's work will last despite "[t]he tides of reaction."

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