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Chapter 28: closing period Opposes Bryan for president Democratic party must give up its heresies Supports McKinley Dana's substantial victory over public corruption loss of friends Dana's ample fortune travels beyond sea visits Mexico and Cuba Supports Cuban rebellion tribute to Jose Marti Dana's scholarship
erence to the tariff; and when it cast aside at Chicago its essential ideas and best traditions, and converted itself into a Socialistic-Populist party, with William J. Bryan as its candidate for president, on a platform containing doctrines which were for the most part hostile to those it had held in the past, Dana, in response t ent principles of the Chicago platform may prevail.
The duty and the necessity to compass the final overthrow of that platform by assisting in the defeat of William J. Bryan are most imperative and solemn.
This may most certainly be accomplished by voting for the electors pledged to the support of William McKinley; but I have no