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“ The Republican party stands for honest
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WILLIAM McKINLEY.

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committe, 1896-1960

CAMPAIGN

TEXT BOOK.

1896.

ISSUED BY THE

NATIONAL AND CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES.

“That some may be rich shows that others may become rich,
and hence is just encouragement to industry and enterprise.
Let not him who is homeless pull down the house of another,
but let him labor diligently and build one for himself; thus, by
example, assuring that his own shall be safe from violence when
built."

ABRAHAM LINCOLN.

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EDITOR'S NOTICE.

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The subjects treated in this volume are classified in alphabetical order, each article being introduced in BLACK-FACED LETTERS, and numbered through. Example: Advancement-American, No. 6, page 6, is one of a series of short articles on Advancement. It is also indicated in the index under Advancement-American and American Advancement. Use the Index, as many cross-references will aid you. Articles relating to Silver will also be found under Coin, Coinage, Gold and Money, as all can not appear under one head. The tables and figures used have been taken from the official reports of the Government.

THOS. H. McKEE,

Editor.

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A. D. 1896. 28TH ELECTION PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

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ISSUES.
American Honor and American Interest.
Business, the Source of Employment.
Coin, whether of Gold or Silver, must be Equal tử the Best.
Duties, Collected from Foreign countries, for American Privileges.
Emigrants Who Are Willing to Live Without Robbing Other Men

of Employment.
Financial Integrity, and Money Enough to Pay All Bills.
Gold and Silver, Equal Dollars, for All Business.
Home Markets for American Products.
Imports must Always be kept Below the Exports.
Judiciary of the U. S. Must not be Tampered With.
Keep in he Middle of the Road.
Labor Employed Means Elevation, Dignity, and Education for the

the Home.
McKinley and Hobart Elected, Means Business and Employment.
Nation's Honor Must be Maintained.
Ownership of Railroads by National Government Opposed by Re-

publican Party.
Pensions for the Veterans of the War Equal to the Pledge of the

Nation.
Quorum-counting by Speaker Reed Justified now by Democrats.
Revenue, Collected Equal to Expenditures, a Necessity.
Silver Dollars as Good as Gold, the Republican Demand.
Tariff to Protect American Labor and Encourage Home Industry.
United States—The Hope of Universal Liberty and Law.
Voters Have an Opportunity: Vote for McKinley and Business.
Wages Means Home, Education, and Comfort to the Toiler.
X-roads--Republicanism or Populism_Which Way?
Your Opportunity to Restore Business ; Vote It.
Zeal in the Campaign Will Win the Victory.

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