President Woodrow Wilson's Moral Diplomacy was a diplomatic approach in which support was given to countries whose moral beliefs aligned with that of the United States. Wilson's theory was that by only supporting those c... More »

President Woodrow Wilson's foreign policy was called aggressive moral diplomacy. According to Wilson himself, he initiated a foreign policy founded upon moral principles rather than materialism and economic self-interest... More »

Moral diplomacy is a foreign-relations policy that only supports other nations whose governments uphold acceptable ethical standards. This differs significantly from dollar diplomacy, which focuses on protecting and incr... More »

President Woodrow Wilson's foreign policy was called aggressive moral diplomacy. According to Wilson himself, he initiated a foreign policy founded upon moral principles rather than materialism and economic self-interest... More »

Woodrow Wilson's "The Study of Administration" is an academic essay in which Wilson calls for a central administrative bureaucracy to govern independently of elected officials in the United States. The essay, which "Poli... More »

Woodrow Wilson's 14 points failed as France was seeking harsher punishments for Germany following WWI, the countries of Europe were interested in maintaining their imperial assets and he faced political opposition in the... More »

Woodrow Wilson's "New Freedom" platform for the 1912 presidential election focused on providing support for small businessmen and small farmers while attacking the trusts, banks and tariffs. "New Freedom" subsequently be... More »