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Letter from John Byrne to Francis C. Travers

Byrne, John
John Byrne opposes the socialism of David B. Hill's policies just as he opposed the socialism of William Jennings Bryan's policies in 1896 and 1900. He cannot support anyone who supports Bryan and he feels that the Democratic Party has fallen low to accept Hill's policies as part of its platform. Byrne urges Francis C. Travers to oppose such men for the sake of the country.
Socialism, Political campaigns, Political parties--Platforms, Democratic Party (U.S.), Hill, David B. (David Bennett), 1843-1910, Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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