Anti-Trust Speech of W. J. Bryan. Delivered at St. Louis, September 16, 1900. William Jennings Bryan.
Anti-Trust Speech of W. J. Bryan. Delivered at St. Louis, September 16, 1900

Anti-Trust Speech of W. J. Bryan. Delivered at St. Louis, September 16, 1900

(S.l.): (S.n.), [1900]. Cartoon on rear cover. Wrappers. Duodecimo. 16 pages. Fine. Printed wrappers, saddle-stapled binding.

Williams Jennings Bryan, the Democratic nominee for President in 1900, delivers a speech against the reign of monopolies he saw as having been abetted by McKinley and the Republicans. Bryan ultimately would lose to the incumbent, McKinley, who would be assassinated shortly thereafter.

There is a satirical cartoon of the G.O.P. elephant on the rear cover, showing the "true inwardness of the Republican elephant." Scarce.


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Price: $75

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