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American Experience - Woodrow Wilson
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Wilson - A Portrait
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Win the Election of 1912
Exposing Poverty
Wilson's Legacy
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Special FeaturesWin The Election of 1912
American voters, especially middle class voters, were in a heroic mood demanding change.
John Morton Blum, Historian

The Election of 1912 has been called one of the most significant elections in American history. It involved a debate about the nature of government of a depth and sophistication rarely seen in American politics. In this interactive feature, you'll get the chance to form your own political party -- and see if you have what it takes to win the Presidential Election of 1912.

Before running your campaign, learn more about the election of 1912 and the candidates .

Let's run our campaign

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