'Profound' Difference between President Obama's Nobel Peace Prize and those awarded Presidents Wilson and Roosevelt

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Peter J. Kastor at Washington University, St. Louis: 'Although Roosevelt and Wilson received the Peace Prize for their roles in ending wars (the Russo-Japanese War and World War I, respectively), they could use the prize as part of their larger argument that the United States — and especially American presidents — had a right to shape the world order.

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