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William E. Dodd

a.k.a. William Edward Dodd

Author Code: AWED

Born: Oct. 21, 1869 - Clayton, North Carolina, USA

Died: Feb. 9, 1940 - Loudon County, Virginia, USA

Educated at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Dodd received his degree in 1895 and followed with a master's in 1897. He then studied at the University of Leipzig, where he received a PhD in 1900. Thereafter, Dodd taught history at Randolph-Macon College until 1908. His controversial views at this time alienated many of the Southern elite who even called for his dismissal, which was rejected by the school. He was then appointed Professor of American History at the University of Chicago, a post he held until 1933. Active in politics, he was a fried of, and speechwriter for, Woodrow Wilson. Following Wilson's death, Dodd co-edited The Public Papers of Woodrow Wilson. In 1933, President Roosevelt appointed Dodd ambassador to Germany and his time there was filled with controversy as his disgust with the Nazi regime increased. Finally, in late 1937, Dodd resigned under a cloud and returned to the U.S. He warned about the excesses of the regimes in Germany, Italy and Japan and toured the lecture circuit in Canada and the U.S. Dodd died at his Round Hill home after a year-long illness. In addition to his many articles and essays, his works include Jefferson Davis (1907), Statesmen of the Old South (1911), The Cotton Kingdom (1919), Woodrow Wilson and His Work (1920) and The Old South: Struggles for Democracy (1937).

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AWED001 The Making of Andrew Jackson 1926 7 180k Article Download PDF - 'The Making of Andrew Jackson' (AWED001)   Download ePub - 'The Making of Andrew Jackson' (AWED001) Find a printed copy of The Making of Andrew Jackson by William E. Dodd at AbeBooks
AWED004 Napoleon Breaks Thomas Jefferson 1925 11 203k Article Download PDF - 'Napoleon Breaks Thomas Jefferson' (AWED004)   Download ePub - 'Napoleon Breaks Thomas Jefferson' (AWED004) Find a printed copy of Napoleon Breaks Thomas Jefferson by William E. Dodd at AbeBooks
AWED003 Tom Paine 1930 7 177k Article Download PDF - 'Tom Paine' (AWED003)   Download ePub - 'Tom Paine' (AWED003) Find a printed copy of Tom Paine by William E. Dodd at AbeBooks
AWED002 When Washington Tried Isolation 1925 9 187k Article Download PDF - 'When Washington Tried Isolation' (AWED002)   Download ePub - 'When Washington Tried Isolation' (AWED002) Find a printed copy of When Washington Tried Isolation by William E. Dodd at AbeBooks

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