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  1. William Gibbs McAdoo Jr. / ˈ m æ k ə ˌ d uː / (October 31, 1863 – February 1, 1941) was an American lawyer and statesman. McAdoo was a leader of the Progressive movement and played a major role in the administration of his father-in-law President Woodrow Wilson .

  2. 22 de mar. de 2024 · William G. McAdoo (born October 31, 1863, near Marietta, Georgia, U.S.—died February 1, 1941, Washington, D.C.) was the U.S. secretary of the treasury (1913–18), a founder and chairman (1914) of the Federal Reserve Board, and director general of the U.S. railroads during and shortly after World War I (1917–19).

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  3. William Gibbs McAdoo Jr. (31 de octubre de 1863 - 1 de febrero de 1941) fue un abogado y estadista estadounidense. McAdoo fue un líder del movimiento progresista y desempeñó un papel importante en la administración de su suegro, el presidente Woodrow Wilson.

  4. 1 "William Gibbs McAdoo." Volopedia, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, n.d. See also Lowenstein, Roger. America’s Bank: The Epic Struggle to Create the Federal Reserve. Penguin Press, 2015: 190-91. 2 "History." Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, n.d. and "’The Public Be Pleased': William Gibbs McAdoo and the Hudson Tubes."

  5. William G. McAdoo was an American politician and businessman. During World War I, he served as Secretary of the Treasury and director of the US Railroad Administration. In these positions he was the architect of the USA's wartime financial planning and responsible for keeping its largest railroads operating efficiently.

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  6. William G. McAdoo (1913–1918) Not many people can claim to have married the boss' daughter, but William McAdoo did exactly that when he married Eleanor Randolph Wilson, the daughter of President Wilson, at the White House in 1914. William Gibbs McAdoo was born near Marietta, Georgia, on October 31, 1863. He attended the University of ...

  7. 11 de jun. de 2018 · Encyclopedia of World Biography. William Gibbs McAdoo >One of the ablest Democratic politicians of his time, William Gibbs McAdoo > (1863-1941) was a superb administrator and organizer who served as a U.S. >senator and a Cabinet officer in Wilson's administration.