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- John Byrne encloses a document about the gold standard and suggests that President Roosevelt could "pick out a sentence that will please the Gold Democrat" in order to gain more votes. The document is in accordance with the views of Thomas F. Woodlock.
- Gold standard, Votes (People), Luncheons, Democratic Party (U.S.)
- Theodore Roosevelt Center
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Letter from John Byrne to Theodore Roosevelt
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