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Why We Are at War : Messages to the Congress January to April 1917

By Woodrow Wilson
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Table of Contents
  • WHY WE ARE AT WAR
  • BY
  • WOODROW WILSON
  • CONTENTS
    • PUBLISHER’S NOTE
    • I
    • A WORLD LEAGUE FOR PEACE
      • Message to the Senate January 22, 1917
    • Message to the Senate January 22, 1917
    • II
    • THE SEVERANCE OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS WITH GERMANY
      • Message to the Congress February 3, 1917
    • Message to the Congress February 3, 1917
    • III
    • REQUEST FOR A GRANT OF POWER
      • Message to the Congress February 26, 1917
    • Message to the Congress February 26, 1917
    • IV
    • WE MUST ACCEPT WAR
      • Message to the Congress April 2, 1917
    • Message to the Congress April 2, 1917
    • V
    • A STATE OF WAR
      • The President’s Proclamation of April 6, 1917
    • The President’s Proclamation of April 6, 1917
    • VI
    • “SPEAK, ACT, AND SERVE TOGETHER”
      • Message to the American People April 15, 1917
    • Message to the American People April 15, 1917
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