Woodrow Wilson

Early Career

What did he do after becoming a lawyer?

Wilson moved to Atlanta, Georgia, and opened up a law practice with his friend Edward I. Renick. He found the practice of law dreary and distasteful, realizing that he preferred to study writing, literature, and politics. “I throw away law books for histories,” he acknowledged.


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