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  • Date is exactly "1918 November 29"
The French want Samuel Gompers to come to France for the peace negotiations.
President Wilson asks Mrs. Arthur Tedcastle to send along his sympathies to her friend who lost a son in the war.


Replying that the federal government has no jurisdiction over the killing of African Americans by a mob in Winston-Salem, NC.

President Wilson rejects the advice to bring President Taft to Paris with him.

General Pershing agrees that it would be a good idea for President Wilson to visit the American troops on his trip to France.
Pershing says that American troops in Italian can return home.
Best wishes for President Wilson's trip.
Statement crafted by the Postmaster General on government control of telegraph and telephone.
The Postmaster General sends President Wilson a new draft of his statement about government control of industries.
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