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The United States presidential election of 1896 was the 28th qu...

wikipedia - 10 Nov 2016
The United States presidential election of 1896 was the 28th quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 3, 1896. It was the climax of an intensely heated contest in which Republican candidate William McKinley (a former Governor of Ohio) defeated Democrat William Jennings Bryan (a former Representative from Nebraska) in one of the most dramatic and complex races in American history.
united states presidential election, 1896

This week from our pages in history

Cecil Daily - 18 Nov 2018
ELKTON — Each week, we take a look back in time to examine what was on the minds of Cecil County readers. Rotating through the Whig's 177-year history, we ...
united states presidential election, 1896

This is our land

Boulder Weekly - 29 Nov 2018
This story, you don't tell it in the summertime. According to Navajo tradition, some tales are meant to be shared on the warm nights that bleed gently into Utah's ...
united states presidential election, 1896

The search for a better US election map

Financial Times - 08 Nov 2016
As the presidential election results emerge, there is at least one certainty: television reports and websites will display a map of the US and progressively colour ...
united states presidential election, 1896

In US elections, a history of anti-Semitism

The Times of Israel - 30 Aug 2016
Both Trump and Clinton currently stand accused of bigotry, but from the Civil War era through to the 1990s, there were other presidential candidates who ...
united states presidential election, 1896

The First Modern President

The New York Times - 17 Nov 2017
Robert W. Merry's “President McKinley” argues for the centrality of a generally forgotten chief executive.
united states presidential election, 1896

Karl Rove’s history class

The Economist - 21 Jan 2016
FOR the moment at least, this is not the most frightening election that America's pro-business establishment has faced. “The Triumph of William McKinley”, a new ...
united states presidential election, 1896

A crisis for voting rights

The Boston Globe - 27 Sep 2018
EDITORS' NOTE: What does it mean to have a right to vote? This week in Ideas, we re-examine a key episode during African-Americans' struggle for ...
united states presidential election, 1896

The fight to save democracy

Isthmus - 13 Sep 2018
Wisconsin's voter ID law is a proven way to suppress turnout at the polls, especially among people of color and the poor. But dedicated volunteers are fighting ...
united states presidential election, 1896

Why American elections cost so much

The Economist - 09 Feb 2014
WITH nearly every American election cycle new spending records are broken. This autumn's midterm elections are nearly nine months away, but already ...

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