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The presidential election of 1896 [by] Stanley L. Jones.

Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1964.
ISBN 9780299030940, 0299030946

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Subjects Presidents -- Election.
Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1896.
Silver question.
United States.
Description x, 436 pages illustrations, facsimiles, portraits 24 cm
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. 353-411) Bibliography: pages 412-418.
Contents A standard of battle -- Rallying around the silver standard -- The Democrats: divided and defeated -- The Democrats debate the currency issue -- Mobilization of the silver Democrats -- The populists outflanked -- The silver wedge in the Republican party -- McKinley early in the field -- McKinley ascendant in the Middle West -- McKinley's mastery challenged in the South and far West -- McKinley battles the bosses -- The Republican convention -- The Democratic search for a candidate to hold the standard -- The increasing domination of silver in the Democratic ranks -- Impact of the battle on the third parties -- The Democratic convention: silver triumphant -- The Democratic convention: nomination of the "Nebraska cyclone" -- The populist and silver parties at St. Louis -- The gold Democrats raise a new standard -- The Republican campaign: the patriotic heroes' hero -- The Democratic campaign: carrying the war to the people -- The populist campaign: fusion and confusion -- Battle's end: the issue, the voter, and the election.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)445683
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