If You Want To Make Enemies Try To Change Something
Woodrow Wilson Quote
If you want to make enemies try to change something; A Woodrow Wilson quote about opening the proverbial can of political worms.
This is so true in every sense of government because there are always parties with self interest trying to maintain the status quo and innovators trying to add a semblance of their opinion of progress.
Throughout history change has been a constant companion to mankind, it is the most adaptable that tend to benefit the best from change. However when there are financial implications to policy change then resistance is always expected and this resistance can be both vocal and vociferous.
Woodrow Wilson was a president of action and he introduced a lot of policies during his tenure at the White House.
He is still the only US president to have achieved a PHD, he was president for eight years during a turbelent times in world affairs between 1913 and 1921.
When Progressive Means Change
Woodrow Wilson is still held in high regard by many as serving a progressive and successful two terms in office. Wilson was the prime mover in the formation of The League Of Nations and instrumental in The Signing Of The Treaty Of Versailles.
Somewhat controversially Woodrow Wilson was also responsible for the Federal Reserve Act which basically gave the Federal Reserve the authority to issue the US Dollar as legal tender.