4 edition of William Jennings Bryan found in the catalog.
William Jennings Bryan
Williams, Wayne C.
|Statement||by Wayne C. Williams ...|
|LC Classifications||E664.B87 W69|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv p., 1 l., 19-516 p.|
|Number of Pages||516|
|LC Control Number||36007103|
However, the official opposition to colonialism represented an eclectic mixture of progress and reaction. Vann Woodward, Oxford University Press,p. In the meantime, World War I broke out. He calls for an adaptation to the religious right by means of appeals based on Christian morality. Three months later, at Memphis, an organization was perfected, and the silver Democrats went forth openly and boldly and courageously proclaiming their belief and declaring that if successful they would crystallize in a platform the declaration which they had made; and then began the conflict with a zeal approaching the zeal which inspired the crusaders who followed Peter the Hermit. I will not aid them to press down upon the bleeding brow of labor this crown of thorns.
No delegation must be permitted to violate instructions given by a state convention. Never before in the history of this country has there been witnessed such a contest as that through which we have passed. McKinley was nominated at St. Conditions have arisen and we are attempting to meet those conditions. Having behind us the commercial interests and the laboring interests and all the toiling masses, we shall answer their demands for a gold standard by saying to them, you shall not press down upon the brow of labor this crown of thorns.
Strikes were crushed under the blows of court injunctions, arrests, and state and federal troops. Wherever his train went people, who had travelled from nearby farms and villages, waved and shouted encouragement. The strikers were defeated after armed battles with private Pinkerton guards and the state militia, in which many workers died. If the gold standard, and I might call your attention to the fact that some of the very people who are in this convention today and who tell you that we ought to declare in favor of international bimetallism and thereby declare that the gold standard is wrong and that the principles of bimetallism are better—these very people four months ago were open and avowed advocates of the gold standard and telling us that we could not legislate two metals together even with all the world.
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The party faced slander in the press and blatant ballot stuffing. They criticize us for our criticism of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Infive states banned the teaching of the theory of evolution in public schools. On what basis could a party resting on such a foundation claim to represent the working class? We defy them!
Many Cleveland supporters decried Bryan as no true Democrat, but a fanatic and socialist, his nomination procured through demagoguery. The dark horse is in his stall, feasting on the oats of hope and political straws.
Speeches Of William Jennings Bryan; Full Description : "This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. A strict upbringing Born in Salem, Illinois, inBryan was the oldest son of Silas Bryan, a prosperous Illinois farmer and judge, and his wife, Mariah.
The social foundations upon which the reforms of the Progressive and New Deal eras rested no longer exist. Burn down your cities and leave our farms, and your cities will spring up again as if by magic.
By driving a wedge between poor blacks and whites and between oppressed workers and small farmers, the Democratic Party sought to institutionalize a divide-and-rule strategy to maintain the system of class oppression. They continue to actively push for public schools to teach the Biblical version of creation along with the scientific one.
Although the recording does not capture the power and drama of the original address, it does allow us to hear Bryan delivering this famous speech. But we stand here representing people who William Jennings Bryan book the equals before the law of the largest cities in the state of Massachusetts.
It was badly received even by silver delegates, who wished to think of silver as a patriotic, national issue. Here, Bryan played an important part. They feared that the teaching of evolutionary theory in schools would cause young people to abandon the religion that had always guided the nation's people, and that society would soon fall into moral decay.
The thirty-six-year-old former Congressman from Nebraska aspired to be the Democratic nominee for president, and he had been skillfully, but quietly, building support for himself among the delegates. Hill as the convention's temporary chairman, each by a vote of 27— He then lowered his arms, and began the journey back to his seat in the silence.
Campaign poster from the U. Not only that, but as he listens he can hear with ever increasing distinctness the sound of the waves as they beat upon the lonely shores of St. My friends, we have made no criticism. He later studied law at Union College in Chicago, where he worked in the law office of Lyman Trumbell, who, as a Republican senator from Illinois, had spearheaded the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment abolishing slavery.
Shall we, their descendants, when we have grown to 70 million, declare that we are less independent than our forefathers? It would be the duty of a conscientious biographer to delineate and analyze the tendencies expressed by Bryan, show their origin and trajectory, and explain the social interests they reflected.
Having behind us the commercial interests and the laboring interests and all the toiling masses, we shall answer their demands for a gold standard by saying to them, you shall not press down upon the brow of labor this crown of thorns.Find This Book › Find signed collectible books: 'Farewell Remarks of Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan and State Senator Lee C.
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This accessible book is a must-read for constitutional historians, teachers of constitutional law, and anyone who cares about how generational change alters our Constitution.”—Noah Feldman, Bemis. William Jennings Bryan, born on March 19, in Salem, Illinois, was the dominant politician in the Democratic Party from the late 19 th century to the early 20 th century.
He was nominated for the presidency three times, and his populist leanings and tireless stumping transformed political campaigning in.
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William Jennings (Bill) Bryan, III was born in Dallas, Texas on October 1,to William Jennings (Sonny) Bryan, Jr. and Joanne Chapman Bryan and died peacefully on August 27,from pancreatic cancer.
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