America's Entry into World War I
Professor Mary Dudziak talked about the events and politics behind America’s entry into World War I and its mixed support from the American people. From 1914 to 1917, under the leadership of President Woodrow Wilson, the United States remained neutral as World War I escalated throughout Europe. Ms. Dudziak is author of a forthcoming book entitled, Going to War: An American History. close
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Mary L. Dudziak Professor Emory University->School of Law
Jason Steinhauer Manager Kluge (John W.) Center->Communications and Programs
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