Woodrow Wilson: From Isolation to WWI
As a president, Woodrow Wilson isn’t in the top five that all school kids know, but his impression on this country is, nonetheless, a lasting one.
On Monday's Up to Date, we talk with biographer A. Scott Berg about the man who tried isolationism but ultimately had to lead the nation into a world war.
- A. Scott Berg is the author of Wilson, Max Perkins: Editor of Genius, Goldwyn: A Biography, Kate Remembered and Lindbergh. He has received the National Book Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship and the Pulitzer Prize.