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Bryan or McKinley? The Present Duty of American Citizens.
by North American Review, The


Volume 171, Issue 527, October 1900

BY
ADLAI E. STEVENSON, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR THE VICE-PRESIDENCY;
SENATOR B. R. TILLMAN;
EDWARD M. SHEPARD;
RICHARD CROKER;
ERVING WINSLOW, SECRETARY OF THE NEW ENGLAND ANTI-IMPERIALIST LEAGUE;
CHARLES EMORY SMITH, POSTMASTERGENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES;
SENATOR G. F. HOAR;
SENATOR T. C. PLATT;
SENATOR W. M. STEWART;
ANDREW CARNEGIE, AND
JAMES H. ECKELS, FORMERLY COMPTROLLER OF THE UNITED STATES CURRENCY.

I. The Issue of the Campaign
II. Causes of Southern Opposition to Imperialism.
III. Support of Mr. Bryan by Sound-Money Democrats.
IV. The Interest of the First Voter.
V. The Anti-Imperialist Position.
VI. The Vital Issues of the Campaign.
VII. President McKinley or President Bryan?
VIII. The Cost of a Blunder.
IX. The Paramount Issue.
X. The Presidential Election - Our Duty.
XI. What Ought a Gold Democrat to Do?
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