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        The Elections of 1896 and 1900: Interactive Map | A Biography of America

        The elections of 1896 and 1900 both featured the same presidential candidates, Republican William McKinley and Democrat William Jennings Bryan. In 1896, the big issue was the monetary standard, while by 1900 imperialism had taken over as the key national issue. This interactive map from A Biography of America you can compare how these key issues influenced geographical patterns in both presidentials and congressional election results.

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