Woodrow Wilson is best known as the President of the First World War who won a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to found the League of Nations. A progressive reformer who fought monopolies and child labor, he served two terms from 1913.

But Wilson was also a segregationist who wrote a history textbook praising Confederation and, in particular, the Ku Klux Klan. As president, he overturned hard-fought economic progress for black Americans, overseeing the segregation of several federal government agencies.


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