Woodrow Wilson did not foresee the World War that would come to mark his time in
office. He was elected as President in 1912 and spent his first term enacting acts of Congress that
still have an impact on the US today. These included the Federal Reserve A
Langston Hughes is one of the most prominent voices of the Harlem Renaissance.
Hughes was a very prolific writer, publishing poetry, short stories, plays and full-length novels.
He wrote about what it meant to be black in America and the weight that the i
Prof Peter Parides
The Civil War brought about many changes of which most still stand today or acted as a
base for future change; one early change was the attempt by the Federal Government to create
racial justice for African Am