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Personal observations and experiences relating to William Jennings Bryan

by George Evert Condra

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Published in [n.p .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925. [from old catalog]

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE664.B87 C6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 numb. l. 28 x 22 cm.
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14034048M
    LC Control Number42041689

    Bryan, William Jennings, ed. The World's Famous Orations Nonfiction > William Jennings Bryan, ed. > The World’s Famous Orations: CONTENTS BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD The World’s Famous Orations. Index to Authors Peter Abelard. The Divine Tragedy: Samuel Adams. On American Independence: Aeschines. Against Ctesiphon; Or. William Jennings Bryan as a Social Force Malcolm M. Willey and Stuart Rice IF IT BE admitted that any stimulus which causes activity on the part of individuals in their group life is to be considered as a social force, it must follow that an idea in the mind of a man is to be included in this category.

    Classical liberalism is a political ideology and a branch of liberalism which advocates civil liberties under the rule of law with an emphasis on economic y related to economic liberalism, it developed in the early 19th century, building on ideas from the previous century as a response to urbanisation and to the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America. This volume uses a wealth of important sources, including correspondence between William Jennings Bryan and his brother Charles, journals of Bryan's wife Mary Baird Bryan, Decimal files of the State Department, and letters between Bryan and members of the Wilson administration. Although the book is somewhat tedious, it is a worthwhile s: 2.

    Three times the Democratic Party’s nominee for president (, , and ) and secretary of state under Woodrow Wilson, William Jennings Bryan voiced the concerns of many Americans left out of the post–Civil War economic growth. CHARACTERISTICS OF WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN. Doesn't drink. Doesn't smoke. Doesn't chew. Doesn't swear. Doesn't pay cards. Doesn't play billiards. Doesn't ride the bicycle. Doesn't know what it is to be revengeful. Gets an idea and takes it for granted that hejs right. Goes to church regularly. Is devoted to his wife. Is happy in his home life.


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Personal observations and experiences relating to William Jennings Bryan, Also available in digital form. Contributor: Condra, George Evert Date:   Papers: caapproximately 12 cubic feet. This collection includes newspaper clippings, books by, about, and belonging to William Jennings Bryan, and photographs, including materials related to the John Thomas Scopes "Monkey" Trial" which was directly responsible for the founding of Bryan College.

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William Jennings Bryan was born in Salem, Illinois, on Mato Silas Lillard Bryan and Mariah Elizabeth (Jennings) Bryan. Silas Bryan had been born in and had established a legal practice in Salem in He married Mariah, a former student of his at McKendree College, in Of Scots-Irish and English ancestry, Silas Bryan was an avid Jacksonian Democrat.

Prince of peace: address delivered by William Jennings Bryan at numerous Chautauquas and Y.M.C.A. [Hardcover] William Jennings Bryan ISBN The diary details his childhood experiences and also notes political observations ().

Materials relating to the Paris Peace Conference include minutes of meetings of the Supreme Council and memoranda from various countries presenting claims.

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He was nominated for the presidency three times, and his populist leanings and tireless stumping transformed political campaigning in this country. In he led the successful prosecution in the Scopes Monkey Trial.

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The Secretary of State is in charge of defining and implementing U.S. foreign policy. While that role has weakened some over the past 50 years, a mere roll call of illustrious past Secretaries of State invokes the position's importance. Thomas Jefferson, Henry Kissinger, John Quincy Adams, William Jennings Bryan, Henry Clay, James Madison, George C.

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“That button in that condition is worth easily over $2,” Olsen says. In addition to the delegate buttons and pins are the tickets. Yes, everyone needed a ticket to attend the convention, even the delegate. Press Photo William Jennings Bryan Jr, Maurice J McCarthy at convention This is an original press photo.

Photo measures x inches. Photo is dated PHOTO FRONT PHOTO BACK. Historic Images Part Number: nepSeller Rating: % positive. William Jennings Bryan was hard-working, courageous, and noble in moral principles as well as friendly, charming, and optimistic.

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