An in depth analysis of Pesident Wilson and the policies that he supported during his time as an american president

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President Wilson in a post-war era was a very well respected man that people admired wherever he went, but this changed very quickly after his war efforts. He couldn't see the future and predict what the future held, and rejection was the last thing he faced. No matter where he went, he would receive a warm and friendly hero's welcome, like when Italians would proudly place pictures of president Wilson in their windows to portray how great they thought him to be and the Parisians would cover the city streets gallently with rows upon rows of flowers for him. Before long, representatives of groups confided in him one group after another to help them in the efforts of creating independent nations for themselves. These groups included the Jews, Armenians, Ukrainians and Poles. So looking into the future with an unbreakable ego and an iron fist, Wilson drafted his plan.

Before the war even ended, President Wilson had his plan for peace ready to go.

So on January the 18 of 1918, he proudly displayed his famous Fourteen Points speech before the Congress. President Wilsons fourteen points were divided into three different groups, the first five points being very important and that by following these five points future wars would not even be able to take root and flurish in the future of the world. The first point proclaimed that secret treaties amomg any of the nations should be prohibited. The second point explained that Freedom of the seas should be maintained for everyone at all times. The third point said that tariffs and other economic barriers among nations should be lowered or even abolished in order to foster free trade. The fourth point described that arms should be reduced "to the lowest point consistent wit domestic safety, thus lessening...