Events from the beginning of the presidential campaign of 1916 to the entry of the United States into the First World War are covered in this fifth volume of Professor Link's authoritative biography of Woodrow Wilson.
Originally published in 1965.
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Table of Contents
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- Preface, pg. vii
- Contents, pg. xi
- I. Preludes to the Presidential Campaign, pg. 1
- II. Summer Interlude, pg. 49
- III. The Campaign of 1916 Begins, pg. 93
- IV. Alignments, Cross-Currents, and Campaign Climax, pg. 124
- V. The Decision for Independent Mediation, pg. 165
- VI. The Quest for a Negotiated Peace, pg. 220
- VII. The Break with Germany, pg. 290
- VIII. The Decision for Armed Neutrality, pg. 340
- IX. The Decision for War, pg. 390
- Appendix: New Light on the Zimmermann Telegram, pg. 433
- Bibliography of Sources and Works Cited, pg. 437
- Index, pg. 449