Bensel argues that Bryan's 'Cross of Gold' address exploited a climate of political passion.110 In the opinion of many party leaders, this reputation would prevent the Missouri man from gaining the nomination despite his ... From Lebanon, Missouri, for example, came a message from Richard Bland: aCongratulations. ... 113 Eugene Debs later wrote to the nominee, My dear Mr. Bryan, With millions of others of your ... If so, the paper had utterly failed to recognize that star in its earlier stories. Detroit Free Press, July 10, 1896. 113 New York Times, July 11, 1896. 114 This letteranbsp;...
|Title||:||Passion and Preferences|
|Author||:||Richard Franklin Bensel|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2008-03-31|