"Every line of strength in American history," said Woodrow Wilson, the son of a Scottish Presbyterian preacher, "is a line colored with Scottish blood."
PRUDEN: Scotland the brave, on the brink →
Woodrow Wilson, an idealist and pacifist, wanted desperately to keep the United States out of World War I. He agreed to declare war when there was nothing else he could do.
FIELDS: The buck stops in the White House →