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Alexander Galvin

PhD Student
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My research focuses on American history in the early 20th century and how the domestic politics of the Progressive Era contributed to the formation of liberal internationalism, popularized by the presidency of Woodrow Wilson. I focus on the impact of organizations that advocated for liberal internationalism such as the Woman’s Peace Party and the American Union Against Militarism. I also contextualize it within the other foreign policy ideologies of the time such as the conservatism championed by Massachusetts Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Theodore Roosevelt, and the League to Enforce Peace.