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William McKinley, stalwart Republican
William Carl Spielman
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While Bryan inveighed against imperialism, McKinley quietly stood for "the full dinner pail." The election was important because New York Governor Theodore Roosevelt received the vice presidential election. This was done in large measure because Republican Party stalwart Mark Hannah and New York Senator Conklin wanted him out of New York. Find Puck was the first successful U.S. humor and colorful cartoons magazine, caricatures and political satire published from and images from Library Of Congress's collection of Puck Magazine Covers - public domain images and copyrighted media.
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A Republican Text-Book For Colored Voters. 16(15) A stalwart Republican and a worthy representative of the efficient and progressive element of the colored people. William McKinley was expected to bring prosperity to 70,, people of every class by a wise and sagacious administration of the great powers which had been conferred upon. William McKinley was the 25th United States President. He was not a man of great vision, but was an astute politican and reflected America at the turn of the century. The McKinley presidency was a turning point for America. Under McKinley the Nation gained its first overseas possessions.
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WILLIAM MCKINLEY STALWART REPUBLICAN. by WILLIAM CARL William McKinley (Author) See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Stalwart Republican book "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback "Please retry" $ $ Author: WILLIAM CARL SPIELMAN.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Spielman, William Carl, William McKinley, stalwart Republican. New York, Exposition Press . 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.
Full text of "WILLIAM MCKINLEY STALWART REPUBLICAN" See other formats. the Republican presidential nominee for ; the grandson of the 9th president William Henry Harrison; he won electoral vote while his opponent, Cleveland, won popular vote Billion Dollar Congress the nickname for Congress when congress spent money so freely on Civil War pensions for Union veterans.
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 William McKinley prosecuting attorney of Stark County, Ohio.
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Kent State University Press. William McKinley, Stalwart Republican: A. Garfield’s Assassin Sees Deed as a Special Duty FallVol. 48, No. 3 By Jay Bellamy Enlarge After the attempt on President Garfield's life, Puck magazine depicted the shooter, frustrated office-seeker Charles Guiteau, demanding "An office or your life!" (Library of Congress) “I am a Stalwart of Stalwarts,” the crazed little man told the authorities as he was.
Exploring the politics behind the murders of Presidents Garfield and McKinley. Sunday, Aug By Bob Hoover, Post-Gazette Book Editor.
Twenty years separate the killings of Presidents James A. Garfield and William McKinley but, as two new books show, the assassinations posed far different implications for American history. McKinley Assassination Ink features full-text primary source documents relating to the assassination of William McKinley and the immediate aftermath of that event, including the succession of Theodore Roosevelt to the presidency and the incarceration, trial, and execution of assassin Leon Czolgosz.
Republican party, American political party. Origins and Early Years The name was first used by Thomas Jefferson's party, later called the Democratic Republican party or, simply, the Democratic name reappeared in the s, when the present-day Republican party was founded.
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Ways and Means Committee Chairman William McKinley of Ohio led the effort in the House. The new legislation increased rates for many manufactured goods, while it placed items such as sugar and coffee on the free.
Marked beginning of new era in American politics; William Bryan (Democrat/Populist), was against gold and prosilver; Democrats split over issue and some formed another party/voted Republican; William McKinley (Republican), supported high protective tariff but friend of labor; McKinley won; ended Gilded Age and led to era of Republican dominance.
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James Abram Garfield (Novem – Septem ) was the 20th president of the United States, serving from March 4, until his death by assassination six and a half months later. He is the only sitting member of the United States House of Representatives to be elected to the presidency.
Garfield entered politics as a Republican in Born: James Abram Garfield, Novem. James Garfield: Stalwarts and Mugwumps Like the Republican Party of today, the G.O.P.
during the 's was extremely divided and in decline. There was the civil war generation that looked at voting Republican as a moral obligation. William McKinley was generous in public philanthropies, private gifts and bequests. Born inMcKinley came to Champaign in with his parents and later attended the University of Illinois.
Charles Guiteau turned to politics after failing in several ventures, including theology, a law practice, bill collecting, and time in the utopian Oneida Community. Former President Ulysses S.
Grant was the early front runner for the Republican presidential nomination in and was supported by the Stalwart faction. Guiteau decided he was a Stalwart and a Grant supporter, Attack type: Assassination.
Longtime Republican stalwart and diplomat John Hay would write years later to a friend, "The president was one of the sweetest and quietest natures I have ever known among public men." Journalists, who had the opportunity to see the president on a daily basis from desks set up near his second- floor office, were likewise struck by McKinley's /5(26).Republican William McKinley promised a return to prosperity based on the gold standard, support for industry, railroads and banks and pluralism that would enable every group to move ahead.
 Although Bryan lost the election in a landslide, he did win the hearts and minds of a majority of Democrats, as shown by his renomination in and Colors: Blue (after ).