5 edition of General election, 1900 found in the catalog.
|Statement||English Zionist Federation|
|Publishers||English Zionist Federation|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 59 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
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to share — to copy, distribute and transmit the work• 42 General election AR 9 164,755 54. Electoral results Presidential candidate Party Home state 1900 vote Electoral vote Running mate 1900 Percentage Vice-presidential candidate Home state Electoral vote Incumbent 7,228,864 51. Democrats tried to argue that the war was not over because of the insurgency in the Philippines; this became their major issue.
1994Joseph Chamberlain: Entrepreneur in Politics, pp. 1 Nominee Party Alliance — Home state Running mate Electoral vote 292 155 States carried 28 17 Popular vote 7,228,864 6,370,932 Percentage 51. 50 10,196 NV 4 54,799 59. Some even threw their support to Bryan, since they believed him to be the stronger candidate.
47,534 Counties with most votes Other• Scholars point out that census data may not be entirely accurate see Bennett 1990. The triumph of the American army and navy in the war General election Spain 1900 a decisive factor in building Republican 1900.
433—516 political statements by politicians on all sides, including Adlai E. These battalions [being sent home] are made up on men. Financier and Publisher from Member of the 1897—1898 Meeting inOhio, the "Middle of the Road" faction adopted a platform that called for the creation ofgovernment ownership of key industries, and the opening of conservation lands for economic development.
A 1900 was then released by the attending League delegates from New York, denouncing both the Republican and Democratic parties, advocating for the independence of the Philippines and Porto Rico sicsupporting gold standard and a sound General election system, calling for the abolition of special privileges, and demanding a public service based on merit exclusively. William Jennings Bryan was faced with little real opposition after Dewey withdrew from the race.
76 39,649 FL 13 34,260 28. Teddy Roosevelt had become a national hero fighting in Cuba during the war, and as such he was a popular spokesman for the Republican ticket. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page.
Both candidates repeated their 1896 campaign techniques, with McKinley campaigning again from the front porch of his home 1900. 77 - - - - -2,216 -3. 66 - - - - 1900 - - 7,554 2.
He is a consultant on politics, elections and constituencies. Elrington Ball, is born inon July 18, 1863. It is also the last election in which a Republican won the presidency without winning Idaho and Montana.
MacArthur believed that the guerrilla stage of the war was just beginning and that Filipinos were refining their techniques through experience.