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Affair of Honor Woodrow Wilson and the Occupation of Veracruz
Affair of Honor Woodrow Wilson and the Occupation of Veracruz
Author: R.E. Quirk
ISBN-13: 9780393003901
ISBN-10: 0393003906
Publication Date: 1/1967
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Publisher: W. W. Norton Company
Book Type: Paperback
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Another interesting history book that shows President Woodrow Wilson wasn't quite the marvel that some of our school books would have us believe.

In this book. Wilson invades Mexico simply because he doesn't like the current leader who is no threat to anyone outside Mexico. Wilson shows how to take a stand despite being given facts that he won't listen to. In that, I guess he is no different than several other presidents we've had.

All that results is Central Americans liking us even less.

The only ones who come up smelling like roses are many of our military and numerous Mexican citizens.

For another book relating how Wilson overrules the rights of others, in this case citizens of the United States, read The Great Influenza.