A people awakened. the story of Woodrow Wilson
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A people awakened. the story of Woodrow Wilson's first campaign which carried New Jersey to the lead of the states in the great movement for the emancipation of the government

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PEOPLE AWAKENED
THE STORY OF
WOODROW WILSON'S FIRST CAMPAIGN
WHICH CARRIED
New Jersey to the Lead of the States in the Great Move-
me'nt for Emancipation of the Governmentthe
By
CHARLES READE BACON
OF THE STAFF OF THE PHILADELPHIA RECORD
Garden City New York
DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY
1912Copyright, 1918, by
Charles Reade Bacon
rights reserved, including thatAll of
into Foreign Languages,translation
including the Scandinavian
-8 iS 14JAN
(c:. r.i A Qn 1 ?^ o f!