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- William Jennings Bryan stands on the back of a railroad caboose using a bellows labeled "16 to 1" to blow paraphrased fragments from speeches at rural citizens as the train passes. Some of these include, "[Our people] do not need the lessons of history!", "They know it all!", and "The popular intuition is better than reasoning and what the people say goes." Traveling with Bryan are several newspaper reporters.
- Bellows (Mechanical engineering), Public speaking, Presidents--Election, Political parties--Platforms, Silver question, Populism, Farmers, Reporters and reporting, Political campaigns, Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925
- Theodore Roosevelt Center
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"Blowing" himself around the country
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