The 28th president of the United States of America, Woodrow Wilson who was not once but twice elected as the president. Wilson started his career by an educator, who later became the scholar. His recognition was gained by his scholarly acts as reform-minded and he secured the position while serving as the governor of the New Jersey. His learning as based on the isolationist theory which emphasized on the American prosperity comes first. He had only served as the governor for two years which made him able to run for the presidency. During his time, America was found involved in the World War 1 which had broken the peace pact from the allies at that time.
It was the year 1919, When Wilson presented most significant work which was his speech consisting of famous 14 points based on the prevention of current and all possible future wars in the world. Those 14 points were not only for the America but it was also instructed the United Nations by proposing on how to prevent wars. These 14 points were made him successful in ending the war during the Paris peace conference and also made him secure the presidency the second time. Apart from the ending the war, these 14 points also contributed in the creation of a League of Nations. The main aim of the league was to prevent war through negation (Maddox, 16).
Maddox, Robert J. The United States and World War II. Routledge, 2018.