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  • Michelle Curtis

    Woodrow+Wilson+Election+1912 | Woodrow Wilson | Wilson wins Presidential election | Event view

  • Kenzie Jackson

    1916, president Woodrow Wilson nominated Brandeis to the Supreme Court. He became an advocate for legal reforms aimed at combating the social and economic problems spawned by Americas rapid industrialization.

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