Presidential Campaign Letters and Speeches of James A. Garfield (1880), Benjamin Harrison (1892), William Mckinley (1896), and William Howard Taft (1908)
|Author: ||Paschen, Stephen H. and Leonard Schlup|
An edited selection of presidential campaign letters and speeches of four native Ohio presidents. The primary source documents shed new light on campaign strategies during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. They are chronologically arranged with a descriptive paragraph preceding each entry. The book contains an introduction, brief biographical sketches of each president, a list of recommended readings for further research, photographs, and an index. There is no other single book containing all this information on the four elections, showing striking differences and similarities among these four Republican leaders.