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History lesson for Princeton protesters: Woodrow Wilson was a product of his time

To the editor: Maybe the students at Princeton University demanding the removal of tributes to President Woodrow Wilson — an alumnus and former university president — have arrived at a teachable moment and could learn that in life, we are not all one thing or another. ("Princeton agrees to examine...
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