William Jennings Bryan

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The Washington Times
When an election produces a political realignmentRepublicans dominated national as well as state elections. In 1896, Republican
When an election produces a political realignment
The Washington Times / Posted 3 days ago
Republicans dominated national as well as state elections. In 1896, Republican William McKinley handily defeated Democrat William Jennings Bryan and his populist crusade. In 1932, the Democrats under the progressive Franklin D. Roosevelt swept... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Cattle prods, poisoned wives and other legal tales that have captivated Houstona teen, he would work the summers at traveling tent shows that included one-act
Cattle prods, poisoned wives and other legal tales that have captivated Houston
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 14 days ago
a teen, he would work the summers at traveling tent shows that included one-act plays and famous orators such as William Jennings Bryan, the populist and three-time presidential candidate, according to Joe Jamail's autobiography, "Lawyer:... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
The ol' switch-a-rooliberal platform seeking more social services. Then in 1896, a reversal began
The ol' switch-a-roo
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
liberal platform seeking more social services. Then in 1896, a reversal began when Democrats nominated populist firebrand William Jennings Bryan, "the Great Commoner." "He was the first liberal to win the Democratic Party presidential... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Greenspan: "Crazies May Undermine The Country"own answer. In his comments on Tuesday, Greenspan traced the rise of populism
Greenspan: "Crazies May Undermine The Country"
Zero Hedge / Posted 15 days ago
own answer. In his comments on Tuesday, Greenspan traced the rise of populism in the U.S. all the way back to 1896, when William Jennings Bryan gave his “Cross of Gold” speech at the Democratic Party national convention opposing the gold... Read more
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Newsmax
Greenspan Worries That 'Crazies' Will Undermine the US Systemfrom China. In his comments on Tuesday, Greenspan traced the rise of populism
Greenspan Worries That 'Crazies' Will Undermine the US System
Newsmax / Posted 15 days ago
from China. In his comments on Tuesday, Greenspan traced the rise of populism in the U.S. all the way back to 1896, when William Jennings Bryan gave his “Cross of Gold” speech at the Democratic Party national convention opposing the gold... Read more
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The Age
Alan Greenspan worries about the 'crazies'from China. In his comments on Tuesday, Greenspan traced the rise of populism
Alan Greenspan worries about the 'crazies'
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
from China. In his comments on Tuesday, Greenspan traced the rise of populism in the US all the way back to 1896, when William Jennings Bryan gave his "Cross of Gold" speech at the Democratic Party national convention opposing the gold... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Alan Greenspan worries about the 'crazies'from China. In his comments on Tuesday, Greenspan traced the rise of populism
Alan Greenspan worries about the 'crazies'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
from China. In his comments on Tuesday, Greenspan traced the rise of populism in the US all the way back to 1896, when William Jennings Bryan gave his "Cross of Gold" speech at the Democratic Party national convention opposing the gold... Read more
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Canberra Times
Alan Greenspan worries about the 'crazies'from China. In his comments on Tuesday, Greenspan traced the rise of populism
Alan Greenspan worries about the 'crazies'
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
from China. In his comments on Tuesday, Greenspan traced the rise of populism in the US all the way back to 1896, when William Jennings Bryan gave his "Cross of Gold" speech at the Democratic Party national convention opposing the gold... Read more
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CNBC
Why so many red states are turning blueonly a third remain in central cities or suburbs." Way back in 1896, Democrats
Why so many red states are turning blue
CNBC / Posted 17 days ago
only a third remain in central cities or suburbs." Way back in 1896, Democrats nominated the whole populist package: William Jennings Bryan, an economic radical, religious fundamentalist and foreign policy isolationist. Bryan's candidacy... Read more
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Reuters
Why so many red states are turning blueonly a third remain in central cities or suburbs.” Way back in 1896, Democrats
Why so many red states are turning blue
Reuters / Posted 17 days ago
only a third remain in central cities or suburbs.” Way back in 1896, Democrats nominated the whole populist package: William Jennings Bryan, an economic radical, religious fundamentalist and foreign policy isolationist. Bryan's candidacy... Read more
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Raw Story
The presidential role model Donald Trump desperately needed — but ignoreda conservative reformer, fueled by dynamic energy and ferocious contempt for th
The presidential role model Donald Trump desperately needed — but ignored
Raw Story / Posted 21 days ago
a conservative reformer, fueled by dynamic energy and ferocious contempt for the Democratic Party leaders of his day like William Jennings Bryan and Woodrow Wilson. Seen from this point of view, Roosevelt reveals an uncanny ability to back causes... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Campaign pitch style has changedto fail or succeed on a grand scale. It is rather strange to describe a billio
Campaign pitch style has changed
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 27 days ago
to fail or succeed on a grand scale. It is rather strange to describe a billionaire as having anything in common with William Jennings Bryan, but Trump has problems similar to the 1896 Democratic nominee. He has every establishment figure... Read more
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KERA North Texas
What Should We Call This Kind of Presidential Campaign, Anyway?front porch campaign enduringly famous was William McKinley, running as the GOP
What Should We Call This Kind of Presidential Campaign, Anyway?
KERA North Texas / Posted 1 months ago
front porch campaign enduringly famous was William McKinley, running as the GOP presidential nominee in 1896. Up against William Jennings Bryan, widely regarded as the premier orator of his time, McKinley was content to speak to friendly crowds... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
What Should We Call This Kind of Presidential Campaign, Anyway?front porch campaign enduringly famous was William McKinley, running as the GOP
What Should We Call This Kind of Presidential Campaign, Anyway?
KPBS San Diego / Posted 1 months ago
front porch campaign enduringly famous was William McKinley, running as the GOP presidential nominee in 1896. Up against William Jennings Bryan, widely regarded as the premier orator of his time, McKinley was content to speak to friendly crowds... Read more
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The Hill
Trump must expose Hillary's dark sidestyles herself a progressive and rails against special interests. Democrats cla
Trump must expose Hillary's dark side
The Hill / Posted 1 months ago
styles herself a progressive and rails against special interests. Democrats claim to be following in the footsteps of William Jennings Bryan, Teddy Roosevelt and FDR in defying the malefactors of Wall Street. However, Clinton clearly has... Read more

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