12 January, 2016
National self-determination was a key factor in the success of the presidency of Woodrow Wilson. Wilson stressed this idea so much that it later became known as Wilsonianism. Woodrow Wilson served from 1913 to 1921. In those years, he made an impact on many American lives. Wilson had the challenge of running a country that was rapidly expanding economically. By 1913, the U.S was a global powerhouse. It dominated other industries by creating monopolies and efficiently running them.
One of Wilson’s challenges for self determination would be the growing pressure from World War I. He was faced with the turmoil politically, socially, and economically. Wilson’s