THE MORALIST: WOODROW WILSON AND THE WORLD HE MADE is a fascinating examination of Woodrow Wilson's triumphs and failures as a progressive during his time as president, including his eventual guiding of the country through WWI, his push for the founding of the League of Nations, as well as his indifference to the issue of civil rights and women's suffrage. Contrasting his domestic and foreign policies, O'Toole paints a nuanced picture of one of the 20th century's most important figures.
THIS COPY (shown below) is signed by Patricia O'Toole on the title page at her office. It is a new, unread first edition, opened only for signing. Published in April, 2018 by Simon & Schuster.
PATRICIA O'TOOLE (pictured below on our Wall of Fame) is the author of numerous bestsellers about American history, including The Five of Hearts: An Intimate Portrait of Henry Adams and His Friends, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. She was formerly a professor at Columbia University. Thank you Patricia O'Toole for signing our books.