1 edition of Speech of Hon. Wm. J. Bryan found in the catalog.
Caption title: The gold and silver coinage of the Constitution.
|Other titles||Gold and silver coinage of the Constitution|
|Contributions||United States. Congress House|
|LC Classifications||HG556 .B915|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
Bryan, William J. Imperialism. Being the Speech of Hon. William Jennings Bryan: In Response to the Committee Appointed to Notify Him of His Nomination to the Presidency of the United States, Delivered at Indianapolis, August 8th, (two copies; one in English and one in Czech). The credo of the Commoner by Bryan, William Jennings and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
Temperance Tribute to William Jennings Bryan, circa The temperance movement was a driving force behind the women's suffrage movement in the South and West. Temperance workers believed that greedy and selfish alcohol manufacturers were knowingly selling a dangerous product to the public and causing great social harm in the process. William Jennings Bryan is probably best remembered today for two rhetorical transactions: his The Cross of Gold acceptance speech, delivered at the Democratic national convention in Chicago, and his exchanges with Clarence Darrow in the Scopes Trial in Tennessee. But, as Donald Springen illustrates in this volume, Bryan's speaking brilliance went far beyond these two noted orations.
The "Cross of Gold Speech" is William Jennings Bryan's most well-known political speech. Recorded in , the speech was originally delivered before the democratic convention in and highlights the politician's not only populist stance, but his strong position on the issue of the "Gold-Standard." In his strident attack on the concept that. During his debate with Clarence Darrow in the Scopes trial, William Jennings Bryan prepared to present a speech that was never delivered. The statements below are excerpts from that speech recorded in the booklet, Bryan’s Last Speech (Oklahoma City: Sunlight, ).Background information is first given by Charles Darwin’s son and then material taken from Bryan’s speech.
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SPEECH OF HON. WILLIAM. BRYAN OF NEBRASKA, IN THE HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES, Wednesday, August 16; The House having under consideration the bill (H. 1) to repeal the Speech of Hon.
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William Jennings Bryan, Mary Baird Bryan (). “The Life and Speeches of Hon. Jennings Bryan”. “William Jennings Bryan's Last Message: A Reprint of His Famous Closing Arguments for the Scopes Monkey Trial, Undelivered and Posthumously Published”, p, 3 Copy quote The wisdom of the Bible writers is more than human; the prophecies proclaim a Supreme Ruler who, though inhabiting all space, deigns to speak through the.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. William Jennings Bryan (Bryan, William Jennings, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article. Bryan, William Jennings, In His Image (Gutenberg text) Bryan, William Jennings,ed.
Book/Printed Material Speech of Hon. J.R. Doolittle, of Wisconsin, on homesteads: for white men in the temperate zone-- homesteads for black men in the tropics-- white immigration to and black emigration from the United States-- a continental policy, embracing all climes and races, bringing freedom and homes to all, delivered in the Senate of the United States, Ap A defense of county option, by William Jennings Bryan; speech (in part) of Hon.
William Jennings Bryan before the democratic state convention at Grand Island, Nebraska, Jin support of the Minority report presented by him, as a member of the Resolutions committee.
[N.p., ?]. When William Jennings Bryan accepted the invitation of William Bell Riley to represent the World Christian Fundamentals Association at the Scopes Trial in Dayton, Tennessee, the Great Commoner prepared a grand oration that he intended to deliver as the closing speech for the prosecution.
But Bryan never had the chance to give the speech, either 4/5(1). A defense of county option, by William Jennings Bryan; speech (in part) of Hon. William Jennings Bryan before the democratic state convention at Grand Island, Nebraska, Jin support of the Minority report presented by him, as a member of the Resolutions committee.
[N.p., ?] Famous figures of the Old Testament. New York. Author of In His image, The first battle, A tale of two conventions, Under Other Flags, The memoirs of William Jennings Bryan, Seven questions in dispute, Prince of peace, Heart To Heart Appeals.
The United States presidential election took place after an economic recovery from the Panic of as well as after the Spanish–American War, with the economy, foreign policy, and imperialism being the main issues of the campaign. Ultimately, the incumbent U.S. President William McKinley ended up defeating the anti-imperialist William Jennings Bryan and thus won a second four-year Affiliation: Democratic Party.
William Jennings Bryan (brī´ən), –, American political leader,Ill. Although the nation consistently rejected him for the presidency, it eventually adopted many of the reforms he urged—the graduated federal income tax, popular election of senators, woman suffrage, public knowledge of newspaper ownership, prohibition, federally insured bank deposits, regulation of the.
William Jennings Bryan, Populist leader and orator who ran unsuccessfully three times for U.S. president (,and ). Some saw him as an ambitious demagogue, others as a champion of liberal causes. Learn about his policies, ‘Cross of Gold’ speech, and role in the Scopes monkey trial.
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McKinley, William, Bits of Wisdom: or, Daily Thoughts (Baltimore: R. Woodward Co., ) (page images at Google; US access only) McKinley, William, The Last Speech of William McKinley: Delivered at the Pan.
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This book delves into the lifelong journey of one of our country's leading men of the people, William Jennings Bryan. The Great Commoner was a fascinating individual in U.S. history, ranking alongside Henry Clay as the most frequently nominated (for president) member of a party who was never actually elected to the highest office.4/5.
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In an unusual Preface to the book, Bryan's words are presented in his own handwriting. In part, they read: "The campaign of was a remarkable one whether we measure it by the magnitude of the issues involved or by the depth of interest aroused Author: Lynda Beck Fenwick.
The excerpt below comes from a speech given by William Jennings Bryan in "Having behind us the producing masses of this nation and the world, supported by the commercial interests, the laboring interests and the toilers everywhere, we will answer their demand for a gold standard by saying to them: You shall not press down upon the brow of labor this crown of thorns, you shall not crucify.Hon.
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