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Button, Woodrow Wilson, 1912

Button, Woodrow Wilson, 1912

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“Win with Wilson” was one of the most common slogans for Democrat Woodrow Wilson’s 1912 presidential campaign. He came out on top in a four-way race defeating former president Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive), incumbent president William Howard Taft (Republican), and labor activist Eugene V. Debs (Socialist) who finished in that order.
Object Name
button
date made
1912
ID Number
2015.0200.174
accession number
2015.0200
catalog number
2015.0200.174
subject
Political Campaigns
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Government, Politics, and Reform
American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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