Chapter Six: February 2, 1916
President Wilson continues to be sharply criticized for remaining neutral in the War in Europe. Pacifists such as La Follette see Wilson’s continued neutrality as a sign he will eventually renege on his promise to keep America off the European shores. Others, such as Teddy Roosevelt, are stridently pro-war and believe Wilson is only remaining neutral so…
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