Leadership Lessons from Woodrow Wilson, Part 1-Up to Presidency

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Richard Lummis and Tom Fox begin a two-part series on leadership lessons from Woodrow Wilson. In this Part 1, we look at lessons from Wilson’s formative years in growing up in the South, his educational career, his academic profession and thought leadership; his Presidency of Princeton, his governorship of New Jersey and the Presidential election of 1912. In Part 2 we will take up his Presidential years.
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