President Woodrow Wilson's first term was impressive. He got Congress to pass the Federal Reserve Act, to create the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Act, the Clayton Antitrust Act, the Federal Farm Loan Act and to impose an income tax on Americans citizens. He also curtailed child labor with the passage of the Keating–Owen Act. These acts alone supported the idea that he should have gotten a second term.
Woodrow Wilson should have been re-relected in 1916 because the United States was on the brink of war and the nation needed the same commander-in-chief as it did previously. Wilson had foreign policy strategies for Europe that he needed to follow through with. His only downfall was not including Republicans in the treaty making the League of Nations because the United States never ratified that treaty.
No, I do not think Woodrow Wilson should have been re-elected, because he did a lot of things that took the country in the wrong direction. Woodrow Wilson was a smooth politician that was very good at getting people to go along with what he wanted. But that does not mean that Wilson was taking the country in the right direction. Wilson was socialist, and he allowed the people to be taken down that path. He should not have been reeelcted.
No, I do not think that Woodrow Wilson should have been re-elected, because he took the country in the wrong direction. Along with Franklin D. Roosevelt, Wilson took the country even further down the path towards socialism. The Great Society, and the League of Nations, were both things that he was proud of. The economy would be doing better today if he hadn't been so socialist. He should not have been reelected.
Woodrow Wilson should not have been re-elected for a second term at the presidency. His first term wasn't exactly perfect, and he didn't do enough to help the American people. While he did a fine job in his first term, a second term wouldn't have been fruitful. Therefore, we didn't need him in office once again.