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GOODLATTE LEGISLATION TO ESTABLISH WOODROW WILSON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY IN STAUNTON PASSES HOUSE
Congressman Goodlatte announced that the House of Representatives passed H.R. 4846, legislation to establish the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum at his birthplace in Staunton, Virginia, by a voice vote. This bipartisan legislation was introduced by Representative Goodlatte.
“As a statesman, scholar, and President, Woodrow Wilson faced economic crisis, democratic decay, and a world war,” said Goodlatte. “Presidential historians agree that World War I, and President Wilson’s leadership, radically altered the role of diplomacy as a tool of foreign policy—a policy that established a new path for America’s role in promoting democracies throughout the world.”Click to learn more