Woodrow Wilson was truly a son of the manse. Few other statesmen have conducted their public lives with such self-conscious reference to their Christian beliefs and principles. Perhaps only Gladstone matched Wilson’s deep faith. In recognition perhaps of their like-mindedness the adolescent Tommy Wilson hung over his desk a portrait of the great English Liberal whom he was later to call ‘the greatest statesman that ever lived’ (quoted in Baker, 1928, vol.1, p. 57).
KeywordsEurope Income Toll Rote Concession
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