How he was hoping to do a grand Wilsonian realignment of great powers.
And her speech was a textbook example of the strengths and weaknesses of the Wilsonian tradition.
Commentators often called Bush a Wilsonian because he talked about promoting democracy.
It begins with a Wilsonian peace offer—the influence is strong and supplies the deep emotional appeal of the organization.
In Europe as a whole, however, the decisions were made on Wilsonian principles.
My young governess struck the note of the Wilsonian greeting.
The Wilsonian doctrine of service to the world, however, was not to their taste, partly because they did not like Wilson.
That conception, as is apparent from the letters already printed, was not the Wilsonian conception.
Moreover, in America broke forth a chorus of encouragement to the Allies to pay no attention to Wilsonian idealism.
Teutonic tradition and authority must be replaced by Jeffersonian, Mazzinian, Wilsonian liberty and justice.