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Woodrow Wilson's Racism 'Did Some Harm,' Great-Grandson Says

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Woodrow Wilson made "mistakes along the issues of race," his great-grandson concedes, but he says heeding demands that Princeton University remove the former U.S. president's name from campus buildings would not heal current racial tensions. A student group called Black Justice League has called on the Ivy League school to distance itself from Wilson, president of Princeton from 1902 to 1910, because of his support for racial segregation. "Did he make mistakes along...

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