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" His is the only national voice in affairs. Let him once win the admiration and confidence of the country, and no other single force can withstand him, no combination of forces will easily overpower him. "
The World's Work - Page 595
1916
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The Forum, Volume 51

1914
...chosen him, and is conscious that it has no other political spokesman. His is the only voice in national affairs. Let him once win the admiration and confidence...no combination of forces will easily overpower him. . . . If he rightly interpret the national thought and boldly insist upon it, he is irresistible; and...
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Woodrow Wilson: An Interpretation

Alfred Maurice Low - 1918 - 291 pages
...such an advantage greatly." Mr. Wilson has known how to use his advantage greatly. Let the President "once win the admiration and confidence of the country,...combination of forces will easily overpower him." Many other quotations might be given, but are not these enough to prove that Mr. Wilson had clearly...
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Woodrow Wilson: An Interpretation

Alfred Maurice Low - Wilson, Woodrow Thomas - 1918 - 291 pages
...such an advantage greatly." Mr. Wilson has known how to use his advantage greatly. Let the President "once win the admiration and confidence of the country,...combination of forces will easily overpower him." Many other quotations might be given, but are not these enough to prove that Mr. Wilson had clearly...
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The Wisdom of Woodrow Wilson: Being Selections from His Thoughts and ...

Woodrow Wilson - History - 1919 - 194 pages
...them. THE nation as a whole has chosen The President the President, and is conscious as spokesthat it has no other political spokesman. His is the only...no combination of forces will easily overpower him. A PRESIDENT whom the nation trusts can not only lead it, but form it to his own views. . . . He may...
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Political Systems in Transition: War-time and After

Charles Ghequiere Fenwick - Democracy - 1920 - 322 pages
...present incumbent of the office in earlier days : " The nation as a whole has chosen him (the President), and is conscious that it has no other political spokesman....no combination of forces will easily overpower him. ... If he rightly interpret the national thought and boldly insist upon it, he is irresistible ; and...
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Federal Assistance to Higher Education: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Subcommittee on Education - College buildings - 1960 - 255 pages
...President of the United States. "His is the only national voice in affairs," wrote Woodrow Wilson. "Let him •once win the admiration and confidence...His position takes the imagination of the country. * * * His is the vital place of action in the system." Of course, he has to act. He cannot ask for...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 231

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1919
...should be greatly increased. The President, he said, is the leader and spokesman of the nation ; 1 his is the only national voice in affairs. Let him...no combination of forces will easily overpower him. ... If he rightly interpret the national thought and boldly insist upon it, he is irresistible ; and...
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Popular Images of American Presidents

William C. Spragens - History - 1988 - 625 pages
...the statements of policy which will enable it to form its judgments alike of parties and men. . . . Let him once win the admiration and confidence of...no combination of forces will easily overpower him. He is the representative of no constituency, but of the whole people. When he speaks in his true character,...
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The Presidency in a Separated System

Charles O. Jones - Political Science - 2000 - 358 pages
...President is at liberty, both in law and conscience, to be as big a man as he can." And how might that be? Let him once win the admiration and confidence of...no combination of forces will easily overpower him. ... He is the representative of no constituency, but of the whole people. When he speaks in his true...
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The Myth of the Modern Presidency

David K. Nichols - Biography & Autobiography - 2010
...national voice in af19. Wilson, Constitutional Government, 77. 20. Ibid., 78. 21. Ibid., 57. fairs. Let him once win the admiration and confidence of...force can withstand him, no combination of forces can easily overpower him. His position takes the imagination of the country. He is the representative...
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