Woodrow Wilsons Right Hand, Godfrey Hodgsons 2006 biography of Colonel Edward M. House, sheds light on one of the most influential presidential advisors in American history. Although generally acting with little or no public visibility, House played a key role in Wilsons political rise and in his decision to involve the United States in the War to End All Wars.
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