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On Being Human By Woodrow Wilson
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"Once--it is a thought which troubles us--once it was a simple enough matter to be a human being, but now it is deeply difficult; because life was once simple, but is now complex, confused,... More > multifarious. Haste, anxiety, preoccupation, the need to specialize and make machines of ourselves, have transformed the once simple world, and we are apprised that it will not be without effort that we shall keep the broad human traits which have so far made the earth habitable." -- Woodrow Wilson< Less
Woodrow Wilson Keeble: The Man Called Chief By Merry Helm
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On October 20, 1951, Master Sergeant Woodrow Wilson Keeble saved his men by taking on three Chinese machine gun bunkers by himself. This is the story of the battle and how Keeble persevered despite... More > being wounded three times during five days of round-the-clock combat. Fifty-eight years later, Keeble was finally awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions in North Korea. Keeble was a member of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate tribe in North and South Dakota. He is the first full-blood member of the great Sioux Nation to receive the nation's highest award for valor.< Less
Woodrow Wilson Keeble: The Man Called Chief By Merry Helm
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On October 20, 1951, Master Sergeant Woodrow Wilson Keeble saved his men by taking on three Chinese machine gun bunkers by himself. This is the story of the battle and how Keeble persevered despite... More > being wounded three times during five days of round-the-clock combat. Fifty-eight years later, Keeble was finally awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions in North Korea. Keeble was a member of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate tribe in North and South Dakota. He is the first full-blood member of the great Sioux Nation to receive the nation's highest award for valor.< Less
The Silver Butterfly By Mrs. Wilson Woodrow
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Hayden was back in New York again after several years spent in the uttermost parts of the earth. He had been building railroads in South America, Africa, and China, and had maintained so many lodges... More > in this or that wilderness that he really feared he might be curiously awkward in adapting himself to the conventional requirements of civilization. In his long roundabout journey home he had stopped for a few weeks in both London and Paris; but to his mental discomfort, they had but served to accentuate his loneliness and whet his longings for the dear, unforgotten life of his native city, that intimate, easy existence, wherein relatives, not too near, congenial friends and familiar haunts played so important a part. On the journey from London he had felt like a boy going home for the most delightful holidays after a long period in school, and to calm and render more normal his elation, he told himself…< Less
Shall it be again ? By John Turner
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The history and causes of America's entry into World War I
Phillip Dru: Administraetor By Edward House
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This is a reprint in Soundspel of a novel by Woodrow Wilson's closest advisor, a novel that famously described the Progressive agenda. This edition is in Soundspel, the teaching orthography of the... More > American Literacy Council.< Less
Phillip Dru: Administraetor By Edward House
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This is a reprint in Soundspel of a novel by Woodrow Wilson's closest advisor, a novel that famously described the Progressive agenda. This edition is in Soundspel, the teaching orthography of the... More > American Literacy Council.< Less
What I Learned At University By Michael Wells Glueck
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Recently, I came across a carefully preserved and strongboxed collection of my course papers from college and graduate school. As a former Woodrow Wilson Fellow and university instructor of English... More > and Classics, I found them relevant, well written with vigor mentis, and worthy of being shared. They were written during the heyday of New Criticism, when I studied under John Crowe Ransom and listened raptly to the visiting Robert Frost recite some of his poems. Indeed, they helped me win a first-year fellowship and a second-year subvention from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation. Two pervasive themes emerge: free will, and the identification of religious faith and inspiration with literary creativity and criticism. To paraphrase T.S. Eliot, the teachings of the masters of the subtle schools are not only controversial and polymath but also anagogic and polysemous.< Less
What I Learned At University By Michael Wells Glueck
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Recently, I came across a carefully preserved and strongboxed collection of my course papers from college and graduate school. As a former Woodrow Wilson Fellow and university instructor of English... More > and Classics, I found them relevant, well written with vigor mentis, and worthy of being shared. They were written during the heyday of New Criticism, when I studied under John Crowe Ransom and listened raptly to the visiting Robert Frost recite some of his poems. Indeed, they helped me win a first-year fellowship and a second-year subvention from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation. Two pervasive themes emerge: free will, and the identification of religious faith and inspiration with literary creativity and criticism. To paraphrase T.S. Eliot, the teachings of the masters of the subtle schools are not only controversial and polymath but also anagogic and polysemous.< Less
The Bloviator By Jim Yoakum
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Sex, drugs, scandals, murder, suicides and President Warren G. Harding. THE BLOVIATOR is a satirical novel, "a fiction fueled by fact," based on the true, last (and unbelievably bizarre) 6... More > months in the life of America's 29th President. THE BLOVIATOR is an epic, a massive and sprawling work - it is history as absurdity, as if it were being filtered through a cracked prism - but the prism is not cracked as most of the story told is based on fact.< Less