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Quotation by Woodrow Wilson
Atlantic Monthly (Boston, March 1901)address, April 2, 1917, to the Congress calling for war on Germanyaddress at Baltimore, Maryland (April 6, 1918)address at Independence Hall, Philadelphia (July 14, 1914)address at Independence Hall, Philadelphia (July 4, 1914)
Any man that resists the present tides that run in the world, will find himself thrown upon a shore so high and barren that it will seem he has been separated from his human kind forever.
Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924), U.S. president. Address, February 24, 1919, in Boston, Mass.
Wilson's defiance of his arch-enemy Senator Lodge, on a brief return from the Paris peace conference.
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