Woodrow Wilson: Presidency & Reforms


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Wilson ran against which of these former presidents?

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1. Wilson ordered the pursuit of Pancho Villa into which country?

2. What was NOT one of the Fourteen Points?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

While there is a lot of information surrounding Wilson's presidency, you are going to be quizzed on his election, the Fourteen Points, the Federal Reserve, and America's foreign policy mission.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

To get into specifics, you will be examined on:

  • Who Wilson ran against for the presidency
  • The pursuit of Pancho Villa
  • What the Fourteen Points were
  • The label of one who looks at America's foreign policy as an expansion of democracy
  • Reception of the Federal Reserve

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding people's contrasting takes on America's foreign policy mission
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding views of the Federal Reserve and interpret it correctly
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about Wilson's implementations

Additional Learning

Gain more knowledge of Wilson's presidency by viewing our related tutorial named Woodrow Wilson: Presidency & Reforms. This video tutorial will aid your awareness of:

  • The rise of Wilson
  • Those Wilson ran against to become president
  • Wilson's foreign policies