Tag: America in the 20th Century REDUX

Woodrow Wilson: Fourteen Points for World Peace, 1918

President Woodrow Wilson in a top hat standing in front of World War I soldiers in uniform.

During a pivotal speech to Congress in January 1918, President Woodrow Wilson outlined fourteen essential tenets aimed at establishing worldwide peace. These principles subsequently shaped the peace talks held in Versailles, France, marking the conclusion of World War I. President Woodrow Wilson Fourteen Points for World Peace January 8, 1918 It will be our wish

Ronald Reagan: Address at Moscow State University, May 31, 1988

Main tower of Moscow State University with blue sky and clouds in the background.

As the 1980s drew to a close, the Cold War was winding down and the Soviet Union was on the brink of collapse. Diplomatic ties between the United States and the Soviet Union strengthened. The camaraderie between President Mikhail Gorbachev and President Ronald Reagan was notably cordial, leading to President Reagan’s memorable address to the