By Robert W. Cherny
Thrice the Democratic Party’s nominee for president (1896, 1900, and 1908), and Secretary of kingdom less than Woodrow Wilson, William Jennings Bryan voiced the troubles of many americans omitted of the post-Civil warfare fiscal development. during this e-book, Robert W. Cherny lines Bryan’s significant political crusades for a brand new forex coverage, prohibition, and women’s suffrage, and opposed to colonialism, monopolies, America’s access into international battle I, and the educating of evolution within the public colleges. Drawing on Bryan’s writings and correspondence, Cherny provides Bryan’s key position within the Democratic Party’s transformation from a proponent of minimum govt to an recommend of lively executive.
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He believed that the Democratic party held the only hope for the nation, and that concentrated wealth posed the greatest danger to democracy and opportunity. And he still hoped to follow in his father's footsteps and pursue a career in elective office. Page 24 II The Populist Crusade Will Bryan kept busy after his arrival in Lincoln. He initiated a new law practice in partnership with Dolph Talbot, arranged for a house to be built for his family, and established himself in the community. He slept in the law office in order to save money while carpenters toiled on the house, purchased through a loan from Mary's father.
Nonetheless, the Congressional district which included Lincoln had recently sent Nebraska's first Democratic Congressman to Washington. He had won through a split among Republicans, but the vote may have suggested to the young politician that Nebraska showed more political potential than central Illinois; certainly it was more attractive pro- Page 23 fessionally. By September, Will was packing. He had determined to go ahead, get his law practice underway, and arrange for a house. As Will and Dolph made their way through the bustling streets of Lincoln on October 1, 1887, it might have seemed that Bryan brought little to his new home on the plains.
Page 24 II The Populist Crusade Will Bryan kept busy after his arrival in Lincoln. He initiated a new law practice in partnership with Dolph Talbot, arranged for a house to be built for his family, and established himself in the community. He slept in the law office in order to save money while carpenters toiled on the house, purchased through a loan from Mary's father. By the spring of 1888, the house stood ready and the entire family, including the Bairds, joined Will in Lincoln. Will and Mary moved easily into social and civic activities in their new home, quickly resuming church, lodge, temperance, and YMCA memberships.
A Righteous Cause: The Life of William Jennings Bryan by Robert W. Cherny