Wilson's Second Administration

Committee Introduction

Wilson’s second administration was dominated by domestic turmoil and international divide. With the end of WWI and the rise of the anarchist movement, the United States faced the first Red Scare. At the same time, Wilson’s administration was working to set up the League of Nations in order to prevent future international disputes. Domestically, Americans were fighting for women’s suffrage and an end to prohibition. In this committee, members of Wilson’s cabinet must work together to prioritize their actions in order to stabilize the United States. None

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