After serving one successful, if mild, term, Woodrow Wilson and the Democrats decided to embrace Wilson’s even-keeled nature and opposition to entry to WWI to help him win again. Buttons promoting the man who loved “Peace and Prosperity” were popular. “Preparedness” was another term often seen on these buttons.
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