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Choose from 10 pictures in our Democrats collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Charles Kennedy
Charles Kennedy
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Tammany Hall, 14th Street, New York City, USA
Tammany Hall, 14th Street, New York City, USA
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Street at election time in Canton, Ohio, USA
Street at election time in Canton, Ohio, USA
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The vote of the gold democrats; - their countrys welfare be
The vote of the gold democrats; - their countrys welfare be
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A weak ticket in the field - and a weaker expected - If the
A weak ticket in the field - and a weaker expected - If the
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American election cartoon with Uncle Sam voting
American election cartoon with Uncle Sam voting
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Burned out Reichstag, 1933
Burned out Reichstag, 1933
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Anti-Aristocracy Demos
Anti-Aristocracy Demos
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Charlottenburg Riots
Charlottenburg Riots
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Rioters Raid Arsenal
Rioters Raid Arsenal
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The vote of the gold democrats; - their countrys welfare be Featured Print

The vote of the gold democrats; - their countrys welfare be

The vote of the gold democrats; - their country's welfare before their party's welfare. Illustration shows members of the Democratic Party labeled Sound Money Democrats casting votes for President McKinley and showing their support for the Sound Money platform of the Republican Party; on the left is a little man representing a faction of the Populist Party, flying a banner with a portrait of William Jennings Bryan, and in the background is the deserted Democratic Party Platform, flying a banner labeled Democrat No Numination.. Date 1900 September 12. The vote of the gold democrats; - their country's welfare before their party's welfare. Illustration shows members of the Democratic Party labeled Sound Money Democrats casting votes for President McKinley and showing their support for the Sound Money platform of the Republican Party; on the left is a little man representing a faction of the Populist Party, flying a banner with a portrait of William Jennings Bryan, and in the background is the deserted Democratic Party Platform, flying a banner labeled Democrat No Numination.. Date 1900 September 12

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