1 edition of Lincoln, McKinley, Bryan found in the catalog.
Lincoln, McKinley, Bryan
Lincoln Republican League. [from old catalog]
Written in English
|LC Classifications||E738 .L53|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||58050420|
McKinley conducted his first presidential campaign from his Canton, Ohio front porch rather than compete on the stump with the captivating orator William Jennings Bryan. Although Bryan espoused a populace platform on a whirlwind tour across the country, McKinley won the election with the advantage of an enormous treasure chest provided by his. Fate can be a cynical maiden. Such is the case with the assassination of President William McKinley in His death involved not only Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison but the son of another assassinated president, Abraham Lincoln.
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Lincoln, Abraham, Lincoln, McKinley, William,Bryan, William Jennings,Campaign literature, [from old catalog] Publisher [Minneapolis?] Collection library_of_congress; americana Bryan book sponsor The Library of Congress Contributor The Pages: "Williams has written a concise and highly readable account of the election, which pitted Republican William McKinley against Democrat William Jennings Bryan.
Although this well-researched book is geared to academic readers, presidential history buffs in general are sure to enjoy it."- Cited by: 9. The conventional narrative is a contest that pitted the stolid conservative Willam McKinley against the energetic Democrat William Jennings Bryan.
McKinley was a Civil War veteran, former congressman, and former governor of Ohio. Bryan was young, charismatic, and electric. McKinley has been undergoing something of a renaissance in the last decade/5. "[Rove's] richly detailed, moment by moment account in The Triumph of William McKinley brings to life the drama of an electoral contest whose outcome seemed uncertain to the candidate and his handlers until the end.
But there is more to this book than Lincoln recounting the details of what was arguably the country’s first modern presidential campaignCited by: 1. Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find McKinley, Bryan, & the People () by Paul W.
Glad/5(13). McKinley and William Jennirigs Bryan. The book is exhaustively researched and written with a story teller's knack for moving the narrative forward and unearthing personal and colorful testimonies that buttress the history of the campaign. Central to the book's success is Williams's abil ity to illustrate the importance of the gold vs.
silverAuthor: Troy Murphy. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top McKinley, Bryan, and the people by Glad, Paul W., Publication date Pages: (The book does not have examples of what colors were used.) McKinley won with 51% of the vote and electoral votes to Bryan’s 47% and electoral votes.
Bryan failed to win any state out of the Democratic South and the Populist West. McKinley managed to pull in Oregon and California and also the border states of West Virginia and Kentucky. Lincoln McKinley. Welcome to IXL. IXL is here to help you grow, with immersive learning, insights into progress, and targeted recommendations for next steps.
Practice thousands of math skills at school, at home, and on the go. Remember to bookmark this page so you can easily return. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: McKinley, Bryan & the people. Originally published: Philadelphia: Lippincott, Hal Williams now presents the first study of that campaign in nearly fifty years, offering fresh interpretations on the victory of Republican William McKinley over Democrat William Jennings tracing the triumph of gold over silver in this fabled "battle of the standards," R.
Hal Williams also tells how the Republicans-the party of. Very revealing analysis of the campaign This book is an excellent analysis of the presidential campaign, it reveals quite a lot about both the Bryan & the McKinley campaigns -- through analysis of their speeches, news coverage, campaign literature, & campaign approaches -- that does not feature prominently (or at all) in other works on the period.
McKinley, Bryan, & the People by Paul W. Glad and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Bryan, a zealous campaigner, crisscrossed the nation, but he never built a campaign structure beyond his individual presence and was ultimately unable to win the support of his base.
On the other hand, McKinley and his campaign manager, the businessman Mark Hanna, would go on to write the book on modern campaigning.
"[Rove's] richly detailed, moment by moment account in The Triumph of William McKinley brings to life the drama of an electoral contest whose outcome seemed uncertain to the candidate and his handlers until the end. But there is more to this book than simply recounting the details of what was arguably the country’s first modern presidential campaignReleased on: J There is no universal agreement among historians regarding the number of presidential elections that should be defined as "critical" or "realigning." Yet the election of is almost always included in this small group.
Hal Williams makes the reasons clear in Realigning America, a compelling account of the "Battle of the Standards" between William McKinley and William Jennirigs : Troy Murphy. Hal Williams makes the reasons clear in Realigning America, a compelling account of the \u22Battle of the Standards\u22 between William McKinley and William Jennirigs Bryan.
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All pages on the District's website will conform to the W3C WAI's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)Level AA conformance, or updated equivalents. McKinley was elected governor in and again in Two years later Hanna along with Charles Dawes began a skillful and successful preconvention campaign to have McKinley nominated by the Republicans for president in The Democrats took a radical position and nominated William Jennings Bryan with a.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for History of the United States: From the Compromise of to the Mckinley-Bryan Campaign of by James F.
Rhodes (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! William McKinley () was president from until his assassination in He was the twenty-five president of the United States.
McKinley was a strong governor of Ohio and a decisive president whose stern looks hid a thoughtful and gentle man. William McKinley was a Civil war veteran and a Lincoln Republican/5.