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5 August, 17:26

Question 3 william jennings bryan:

a. had a weak presidential campaign after he refused numerous speaking engagements.

b. entered politics late in life, after a successful career as a methodist minister.

c. angered populists after giving a fiery convention speech denouncing the "free coinage" of silver.

d. called for the unrestricted mining of silver.

e. failed to win enough support from the democratic party as the nominee for president in 1896.

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  1. 5 August, 18:34
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    William Jennings Bryan D. called for the unrestricted mining of silver.

    The economic panic of 1893 left the country in a deep recession. Bryan and others Democrats thought the solutions was to return to bimetallism, which would inflate the currency and make it easier for debtors to pay their loans. In order to do that, an increment on the silver production would have been necessary.
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