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by Richard L. Watson Jr.


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The Development of National Power : The United States, 1900-1919.

Richard L. Watson, Jr. served as Professor of History at Duke University .

The development of the departmental honors program is detailed as well as the early history of teaching African-American history at Duke. Upon retirement in 1984, Watson continued his relationship with Duke.

Events from the year 1919 in the United States. President: Woodrow Wilson (D-New Jersey). Vice President: Thomas R. Marshall (D-Indiana). Chief Justice: Edward Douglass White (Louisiana). Speaker of the House of Representatives: Champ Clark (D-Missouri) (until March 4), Frederick H. Gillett (R-Massachusetts) (starting May 19). Congress: 65th (until March 4), 66th (starting March 4). January 1 – Edsel Ford succeeds his father as head of the Ford Motor Company.

Instead of the America embracing its role as a leading world power, the United States would ultimately shrink from its responsibility.

Charles Evans Hughes would go on to become chief justice of the United States Supreme Court. Only Al Parker, who was nominated in 1904, did not go on to become a legend. There were also incredible senators and governors during this period such as Henry Cabot Lodge and Robert La Follette. Instead of the America embracing its role as a leading world power, the United States would ultimately shrink from its responsibility. Woodrow Wilson would fail at what had mattered to him most, the League of Nations. This travesty would do a great deal of damage to America's next generation.

In 1965 he also published The United States in the Contemporary World, 1945-1962 and in 1976 The Development of National Power: The United States, 1900-1919

In 1965 he also published The United States in the Contemporary World, 1945-1962 and in 1976 The Development of National Power: The United States, 1900-1919. A highly successful, dedicated teacher of both undergraduate and graduate students, Watson and his wife Ruth, who predeceased him, took much pleasure in reuniting for special dinners with a group of his.

Dryden Press, 1977), p. 97; Richard L. Watson,Jr. For example, see Richard M. Abrams, The Burdens of Progress, 1900-1929 (Glenview, Ill. The Development of NationalPower: The United States, 1900-1919 (Boston: HoughtonMifflin, 1976), p. 84. There were other textbooks, of course, which strode intothesubject with far more outward confidence. Abrams, The Burdens of Progress, 1900-1929 (Glenview, Il. Scott, Foresman, 1978); John W. Chambers II, The Tyranny of Change: America in the Progressive Era, 1900-1917 (New York: St Martin's Press, 1980). 5. David M. Kennedy, "Overview: The Progressive Era," Historian 37 (1975): 453.

Russia and the United States. Translated by Olga Adler Titelbaum. The paper used in this publication meets the minimum requirements of American National Standard for Information Sciences-Permanence of Paper for Printed Library Materials, ANSI/NISO Z3. 8-1992

Russia and the United States. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1979. 8-1992. Printed in the United States of America.

The Development of National Power: The United States 1900-1919 ebook
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Richard L. Watson Jr.
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