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By Gary Zaboly

ISBN-10: 1841766496

ISBN-13: 9781841766492

This identify examines the advance of the Colonial Rangers during this interval, and indicates how they have been taught to outlive within the woods, to struggle hand-to-hand, to scalp a fallen foe, and to struggle throughout every kind of terrain and in all climatic conditions. in response to formerly unpublished resource fabric, it paints a shiny photo of the lifestyles, visual appeal and reports of an American colonial ranger within the northern colonies. overlaying the conflict at Lovewell's Pond in 1725, a watershed occasion in New England’s frontier heritage, via to King George's struggle (1740-1748), the rangers have been ready for the ultimate imperial contest for regulate of North the USA, the French-Indian warfare (1754-1763).

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One group of essays in this collection focuses on Wilson's leadership as President. In "Woodrow Wilson and the Democratic Party" (pp. 60-71), Link shows that, in the process of establishing control over his own party and pushing his early New Freedom legislation through Congress, the President was forced to make peace with Democratic machines all over the country and, in many cases, to withhold administration support from the more liberal elements seeking to gain power in the states and localities, thereby strengthening the conservative factions.

Scholars who are interested in Woodrow Wilson and in recent American history will find here a valuable and convenient collection of articles originally published in widely scattered journals during the past quarter of a century. Students will discover in these articles a challenging and authoritative commentary on the nation's political experience during the first three decades of the twentieth century. The general reader will learn much from this volume about the leadership of Wilson, the meaning of the progressive movement, and the course of American history in the twentieth century.

The next year brought the second volume of the biography, Wilson: The New Freedom;in impressive fashion it took Wilson from November 1912 to November 1914. Link's Shaw Lectures at Johns Hopkins were published in 1957 under the title, Wilson the Diplomatist: A Look at His Major Foreign Policies. These incisive and provocative lectures enabled him to range far beyond the chronological treatment his biography had made possible and to present a summary account of the President's significant foreign policies during his eight-year tenure in the White House.

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