“DiNunzio has weighted his selections toward Wilson's prepresidential career, making much of the book unique.”
“DiNunzio suggests that Woodrow Wilson was the first and only scholar-president. Wilson remade Princeton University as a first-rate bastion of liberal-arts learning as its first layman president before serving as New Jersey governor and later ushering the nation through the Progressive Era and into World War I.”
“DiNunio has done a spectacular job of revealing the intelligence and humanity of a man often clouded by legend.”
-Choice: Highly recommended
About the Author
Mario R. DiNunzio is professor of history at Providence College. He is the author of Theodore Roosevelt and American Democracy and the Authoritarian Tradition of the West.