McKinley, Bryan, and the people.

by Paul W. Glad

Publisher: Lippincott in Philadelphia

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  • McKinley, William, 1843-1901.,
  • Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925.,
  • Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1896.,
  • United States -- Politics and government -- 1893-1897.

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He used as many ways as possible to make people vote for McKinley. For example, he promised the south patronage and the east support for a gold-standard currency. These examples made many people change their votes from Bryan to McKinley. He also was a skillful organizer for William McKinley, organizing events for Mckinley. After losing to McKinley, Bryan ran for president twice more. d. What did the People's Party believe would result from the government taking control of America's railroads and banks? Government control would prevent those industries from taking advantage of small farmers.   Some people would find his writing a book about the campaign that elected Republican William McKinley over Democrat and Populist candidate William Jennings Bryan in disturbing. It is difficult to separate this historical treatise from the life of its : Karl Rove. Please 75 points!!! You have studied the campaigns of William Jennings Bryan and William McKinley. Imagine you lived in that time and you were able to vote in that election. For whom would you have voted? Give several reasons why you would have voted for your choice of candidate.

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[Paul W Glad] -- In William Jennings Bryan represented free-silver and the farm tradition of the Jeffersonian Democrats; McKinley represented, as a Republican, big business and industry. Professor Glad analyzes. In William Jennings Bryan represented free-silver and the farm tradition of the Jeffersonian Democrats; McKinley represented, as a Republican, big business and industry.

Professor Glad analyzes the campaign and the implications of McKinley's triumph. Compare book prices from overbooksellers.

Find McKinley, Bryan, & the People () by Paul W. Glad/5(13). The United States presidential election was the 28th quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 3, Former Governor William McKinley, the Republican candidate, defeated Democrat William Jennings campaign, which took place during an economic depression known as the Panic ofwas a realigning election that ended the old Third Party System and Turnout: % pp.

The Triumph of William McKinley is a deeply informed and highly engaging account of one of the seminal elections in American history, the victory that ushered in more than a generation of Republican dominance.

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Neither William McKinley nor William Jennings Bryan could resist ordering the facts to fit these mythologies; there were a few realists in the campaign, but they and their followers were Brand: Dee, Ivan R. Publisher. William McKinley served in the U.S. Congress, as governor of Ohio and as 25th U.S.

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Whitepages people search is the most trusted directory. William McKinley Jr. was born in in Niles, Ohio, the seventh of nine children of William McKinley Sr. and Nancy (née Allison) McKinley. The McKinleys were of English and Scots-Irish descent and had settled in western Pennsylvania in the 18th century, tracing back to a David McKinley who was born in Dervock, County Antrim, in present-day Northern nant: Andrew L.

Harris. Realigning America: McKinley, Bryan, and the Remarkable Election of R. HAL WILLIAMS and limited government. Meanwhile the People's Party, one of the most prominent third parties in the country's history, which also nominated Bryan, went down to a defeat from which it would never ms plunges readers into a contest that set.

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.

5. Bryan Takes the Stump 6. The Also-Rans: The People's Party and the Gold Democrats in the Campaign of 7. The Front Porch Campaign: McKinley and the Republicans in the Election 8.

"An Excitement That Was Almost Too Intense for Life": Election Day, 9. McKinley's America: The Election's AftermathPages:   McKINLEY, William, Jr., a Representative from Ohio and 25th President of the United States; born in Niles, Ohio, Janu ; attended the public schools, Poland Academy, and Allegheny College; teacher; served in the Union Army, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, ; lawyer, private practice; prosecuting attorney of Stark County, Ohio, ; elected as a Republican to.

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InWilliam McKinley was elected President of the United ey, a Republican and former Governor of Ohio, defeated the joint Democratic and Populist nominee, William Jennings Bryan, as well as minor-party ey's decisive victory in what is sometimes seen as a realigning election ended a period of close presidential contests, and ushered in an era of dominance for Affiliation: Republican Party.

He might have also pointed to Karl Rove, the Republican political organizer whose book on the election, “The Triumph of William McKinley,” identified McKinley as a genius at coalition. The Triumph of William McKinley: Why the Election of Still Matters Simon & Schuster Hardcover, (also available as an e-book, audio CD, and on Audible), pgs., $/5.

The Republicans. The Republican nominating convention met in St. Louis in Marcus Hanna, the prominent Cleveland businessman and political operator, had lined up more than enough votes to assure the selection of William McKinley, the governor of Ohio and driving force behind the earlier McKinley -four of the delegates walked out of the convention, refusing to accept the party.

McKinley’s campaign had a huge financial advantage. Bryan raised just $,; McKinley, close to $4 million. This great sum allowed it to produce a Author: Ira Katznelson.

Bryan was McKinley’s opposite: bold, frenetic, obsessed with the old idea of free silver — intended to create inflation and help debtors — and the new idea of using the government to break. The last presidential campaign of the nineteenth century was remarkable in a number of ways.

It marked the beginning of the use of the news media in a modern manner. It saw the Democratic Party shift toward the more liberal position it occupies today. It established much of what we now consider the Republican coalition: Northeastern, conservative, pro-business.

William Jennings Bryan () was a populist and a Nebraska congressman. He ran for president as a Democrat in but was defeated by Republican William McKinley. (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.Life of William McKinley, Our Martyred President: With Short Biographies of Lincoln and Garfield, and a Comprehensive Life of President Roosevelt, Containing the Masterpieces of McKinley's Eloquence, and a History of Anarchy, Its Purposes and Results.

Regan Printing House. McKinley's main campaign idea was that silver money would ruin the economy. For a time, Bryan's campaign seemed to be succeeding. More and more people promised to support : VOA Learning English.