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Walter N, Campbell, waanragiuu,
L " t have your letter setting
EnrJh the items in a "Constructive
urogram" to " "' "?
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ferment of moral and social condi
tions, be it miles or but a yard. I
lo not find in xnem, uowovw, mu.
.i -ntm-m In whlrth T nm
mrt interested. The one basic re-
Enrm nf which wo are most in need
u to freo the lana to tne peopie, ana
to that end our voters should bo
educated to a radical change in our
(federal and state systems of taxa
tion. They should be brought to see
that only by such means may they
ba rescued without bloodshed from
the clutches of the junkerlsm that
has cursed Europe and civilization
;enerally from feudal times.
J. Kelly Smith, Kentucky. I
have read with interest and sincere
ippreciatlon the article entitled "A
Constructive Program". I desire as
usual to express my personal gratifi
cation at the announcement of thesef
fifteen principles of public policy,
"each of which rings true for the, wel
fare of the whole people. No paper
finds a more hearty welcome in this
office than The Commoner, and no
public citizen in America stands
higher in the writer's estimation
than Mr. Bryan.
A. It. Hall, Minnesota-. I duly re
ceived your leaflet outlining., your
views on reconstruction matters. I
heartily agree with -the. views ex
pressed. Please send me a dozen of
Ithose leaflets and I will circulate
A. M. Edwards. Missouri. I
heartily indorse, every plank in Mr.
Bryan's platform and will do my bit
;to bring it to pass.
W. H. Bliss, Kansas. I like tho
farticlo in The Commoner in relation
jto the National Bulletin, for we who
&rk ln thQ shop3 d0 not -et tne
Washington news as we should, and
the only way to cot it ia through
Rour local and central bodies, as the
juBirapapers do not print the informa
tion we want. I hope that sucli a
Publication can be brought about.
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afraid riot to agree with Mr. Brvnn
in everything, as what ho advocates
is very generally accepted after
while, so I Just as well accept all of
his, "fourteen points".
J. H. Hayes, Now York. I am in
hearty accord with all tho issuos
mentioned except tho railroads, and
would like to see them given a more
thorough trial before being taken
over by tho government ad a perma
J. C. Dolari, Indiana. I have
carefully read your recommendations
on tho line of constructive questions
and concur in each, and beg to as
Buro you that I will use every effort
to urge our friends to come to tho
rescue. All seem to be hopeful that
the rule of the people shall continue
and be tho slogan.
D. McClanahan, Virginia. Mr.
Bryan's "Constructive Program" it
seems, includes every phase of our
national reconstruction and progress.
It shows an intelligent comprehen
sion of the needs of our country and,
dn my opinion, there is no one more
capable or more able for a leader of
our nation than William Jennings
Bryan. I am proud that we have
such a man as Mr. Bryan, and I
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Dr. Wm. Classen, Nebraska. I
Heartily approve of your plans for a
"Constructive Program" as outlined.
Thor J.' Benson, Illinois. I am in
perfect agreement with Mr. Bryan's
"Constructive Program", especially
point 5, relating to telegraphs and
W. P. Mavity, Illinois. I am very
much in faror of your entire pro
gressive program and will assist you
in reconstructive work. I consider
as very vjtal . now. equal suffrage for
women, league' of nations and world
peace, without' compulsory military
training, and Vio enforcement of
W. W. McFarland, Arkansas. I
am with you on your outline of a
"Constructive Program" and will
help what little I can when oppor
C. W. Miller, Kansas. I am most
emphatically in favor of one and all
of the points containedt in your
"Constructive Program". ' You can
count on me for assistance and help,
as far as I am capable, in bringing
about such legislation. Your pro
gram seems to cover very generally
the thipgs of mos.t importance that
I have thought of.
Paul Nordstrom, Alaska. In The
Commoner you invite its readers to
take part with suggestions and
criticism of the "Constructive Pro
gram outlined by you. This invita
tlqn I think is a most valuable one
and should be taken advantage of
to Its fullest extent, and the various
propositions or suggestions sub
mitted should be given the closest
consideration, as not only the wel
fare of our own country but tne
whole world's well-being Is, or will
bo, more or less connected therewith.
I for one, as a humble citizen, am in
fuir accord with the measures as
outlined by you and will to the best
of my ability assist in having them
secured and adopted. But allow me
to suggest that you extend and In
clude in your "Constructive Pro
gram" that the government also take
over the monopoly of all banking
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