It’s always been the Republicans
The foremost student of a belief held by nearly half of all Americans traces its history from Darwin’s bombshell through the storms of the Scopes trial to today’s “scientific creationists”—who find William Jennings Bryan too liberal
The two-party system, undreamt of by the founders of the Republic, has been one of its basic shaping forces ever since their time
One hundred years ago many thoughtful people predicted the decline and disappearance of capitalism. What happened to make their prophecy wrong?
Banking as we’ve known it for centuries is dead, and we don’t really know the consequences of what is taking its place. A historical overview.
Presidential candidates stayed above the battle until William Jennings Bryan stumped the nation in 1896; they’ve been in the thick of it ever since
The “Monkey Trial” brought two ideologies into a great conflict, and it was very, very hot
He was promising at 25, prominent at 45, esteemed at 65, venerated at 85
What started as fun and games at spring roundups is now a multi-million-dollar sport called rodeo
exhibit one in a gallery of men who fought the good fight in vain
To the question of acquiring new territories overseas, and owning colonies, one group of Americans answered with a resounding “No!”
While Bryan stumped up and down the land, McKinley let the voters come to his lawn in Canton—and they came