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Meet Amazing Americans Leaders & Statesmen William Jennings Bryan
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President Woodrow Wilson and Bryan sometimes disagreed.

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William Jennings Bryan and His Principles
Bryan strongly opposed imperialism, the extension of one nation's power over other countries. But President Wilson believed that the United States had interests in Latin America and that American influence over these nations was important to the security of the United States. The president ordered more U.S. involvement in Latin America than Bryan believed was necessary. When World War I erupted in Europe in 1914, Bryan faced one of the greatest challenges to his beliefs. Do you know what this was?
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