In Response to: What Would Woodrow Do?

What would Woodrow do if he were here today? Based on his record at Princeton, as well as in Washington, D.C., and at the Paris Peace Conference, I believe his messiah complex and his odd relationship with God his father (his real father, not the man in the skies) would have made him furious at being challenged, self-righteous as he always was, and possibly emotionally and mentally disabled by criticism. To think he could act rationally and sensibly is not to encounter the real Wilson, unfortunately.

Norman Ravitch *62
Savannah, Ga.