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The Western Battle Ground article published in the Greenfield Gazette and Courier newspaper

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This article from the Greenfield, Massachusetts Gazette and Courier concerns the votes in the western states during the 1896 Presidential election. William McKinley won most of the states by a large margin, although William Jennings Bryan was able to carry Missouri, Nevada, Colorado, Montana, and Idaho by strong majorities. McKinley won the election country-wide and in the electoral college by the largest majority in over 24 years.


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