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ISBN 9780674436787

Publication Date: 01/01/1971

364 pages

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  • Introduction
  • 1. Born to the Cause
  • 2. The Loyal Reformer in the Age of the Stalwarts
  • 3. The Hayes Interlude
  • 4. The Eighties: Years of the Half-Breeds
  • 5. The Harrison Years: Protection and Sacrifice
  • 6. Suspicion and Tolerance: Cleveland’s Second Administration
  • 7. Party Unity and a War for Humanity
  • 8. The Start of the Last Crusade: The Treaty of Paris in the Senate
  • 9. The Election of 1900 and the Inevitable Decision
  • 10. The Uncertain Patriarch and the Cautious Innovator
  • 11. The Man and the Partisan
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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