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Fourteen Points

Woodrow Wilson's ambitious plans for peace after World War I (including the formation of the doomed 'League of Nations') was not universally well received. "Even God Almighty," Georges Clemenceau said of Wilson's famous Fourteen Points, "only has ten!"

[Wilson could not read until he was ten years old.]

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