Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points after 75 Years
Twelfth Annual Morgenthau Memorial Lecture
May 12, 1992
Although much of Wilson's thinking is still relevant, he in no way anticipated "such horrors as the Holocaust, or the famine in Somalia, or the swirl of hatreds within countries and the refugees stumbling across borders"; nor did he have any "inkling of global issues such as climate change, overpopulation, and the poisoning of our environment."
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