Part I. The Texas years, 1858-1912 A spacious youth Searching for a career Texas politics: creating "our crowd" The "twilight years" "The man and the opportunity" The ideal society Part II. Wilson in power, 1913-1914 "Our crowd" goes to Washington Foreign horizons, 1913 The new freedom Reform and intervention "The great adventure" Part III. The Great War, 1914-1917 The Great War The search for peace London, Paris, Berlin The turn to war American interlude The lure of peace The House-Grey Memorandum The failure of peace Presidential politics Re-election and the plea for peace America goes to war Part IV. America at war, 1917-1918 America prepares for war The strains of coalition warfare Envoy to the allies Crises at home and abroad The turning point The end of the war Part V. Peacemaking, 1919-1920 Waiting for the Peace Conference The Peace Conference, I The Peace Conference, II The fight for the League Part VI. Elder statesman, 1921-1938 The end of the Wilson Era New beginnings Marking time Victory at last The crisis of the 1930s Epilogue: crossing the river.
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Print version: Neu, Charles E. Colonel House : a biography of Woodrow Wilson's silent partner. New York, New York : Oxford University Press,