Woodrow Wilson: Realist or Idealist?

For more than a century, Americans had prided themselves in their isolationism and neutrality in foreign affairs, but all this ended with the American intervention in Europe. Wilson may have been unrealistic in going into the war with the idea that this would be "a war to end waraE "to make the world safe for democracy.aE Wilson had nearly the entire nation hypnotized with his lofty ideals. He said that America was not fighting for riches or territory, but rather, to shape international order in which democracy could flourish.

Many people saw Wilson's idealism as the promise for a better world, so the statesmen of France and Italy were careful to keep Wilson to keep him at an arm's lengt



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