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Title: The voter’s guide for the campaign of 1900 : great issues and national leaders ; live questions of the day discussed, including imperialism, expansion, trusts, the government of our newterritories, Nicaraguan Canal, open door in the East, etc., with party platforms in full and lives of candidates and noted men of the day. One hundred years of political history and the great campaigns of the century
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: Morris, Charles, 1833-1922 Ellis, Edward Sylvester, 1840-1916 Johnson, Isaac Thorne
Subjects: Campaign literature
Publisher: Elmira, N.Y. : R.E. Whitman
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries
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TABLE OF CONTENTS viJ CHAPTER XIShall the American Marine be Subsidized PAGE The Condition of our Shipping Interests—The Advantages of the ProposedSubsidy—^The Views of Hon. Marcus A. Hanna—The Pohcy aFailure and a Menace to Our Government—The Views of PresidentArthur T. Hadly, of Yale University i8i CHAPTER XIIFuture Growth of the American Trade Discussed by Hon. William P. Frye, Senator From Maine How Trade Follows the Flag—Our New Possessions Open New Avenues forTrade—What the Policy of the Present Administration is—Discussed byHon. William P. Frye, Senator from Maine . 192 CHAPTER XIIIThe Presidential Administrations of the Century Questions at Issue and Great Measures AdoptedThe Twenty-four Statesmen who have been Elected—The Great Issues Eachhad to Meet—Important Events in our Political, Social and IndustrialHistory 199 CHAPTER XIVThe Peoples Party. Their Platform and Candidates The Convention at Sioux Falls, S. D., May 9, 1900—^William J. Bryan andCharles A.
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