Hancock, MD Speech, 1896-09-30

Speech by William Jennings Bryan.

Speech by William Jennings Bryan
Wednesday, September 30
Depot, Hancock, MD

Source: [[Illegible]] , [[Illegible]] Explains the Position of the Common People in the Campaign, Omaha World-Herald (Morning Edition), Thursday, October 1, 1896

"In going about over the country, I have presented from time to time our cause as I understand it. Whether it results in my election or defeat is a matter of little consequence to me, but I do believe that the American people ought to be concerned as to the policies of the government and that they ought to make that interest manifested at the ballot box." (Cheers and applause.)

About this Document

  • Source: Omaha World-Herald (Morning Edition)
  • Published: Omaha, NE
  • Citation: 6
  • Date: September 30, 1896