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VOLUME 9, NUMBER 1
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Bryan the Man
By A. W. GALE and GEORGE W. KLINE
An appreciation from a republican viowpoirit, written by two members of an opposlto
political party. An Intimate and Impartial review of tho personal side of his life and a
history of his public career. Tho subject matter is presented in attractive narrative
style, gathorod from actual incidents, in his homo and city, in his public life, political
campaigns and world (our. Following is a list of subjects and chapters: Introduc
tion; Bryan tho Man; A Bryan Biography; Campaigns of 1896, 1900, 1904 and 1908;
Tho Bryans In tho Old World; The Homo Coming; The Bryan Farm; Home Life of tho
Bryans; Bryan as an Editor; Bryan as a Humorist; Bryan as a Soldier; Bryan as a Lec
turor; Bryan In tho Pulpit; Bryan's Friends; Incidents of Bryan's Career.
This book contains 101 largo pages, printed on extra paper in nice largo print, and
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view of western civilization," was published by an eastern publishing house, and enjoyed a -large
sale. This clever book was a severe arraignment of the religion, standards and purposes of
our race. Mr. Bryan, during his tour around the world, took 6ccasion to answer the arguments
put forth by this writer, and takes tho book up chapter by chapter, and combats the author's"
argument in a complete manner. The reply of Mr. Bryan is a superb vindication of western civ
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