Documents in Detail: Wilson's Fourteen Points
Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points laid out Wilson’s plan for not only a post-war world, but in many ways a new world order, in response to the destruction of World War 1. TAH scholars discuss the meaning of, context around, and impact of Wilson’s ideas in this one-hour webinar.
- “Fourteen Points” Message, Woodrow Wilson, 1918
- Federalist 6, Alexander Hamilton, 1787
- The Senate and the League of Nations, Congressional Record, 1919