5 edition of Great Republican speeches of the campaign of 1880 ... found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Republican speeches of the campaign of 1880.|
|Contributions||Staten Island Publishing Company, Stapleton, N.Y.|
|LC Classifications||E685 .G75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., -72 p.|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||41042415|
The Presidential Candidate, Then and Now. by RICHARD J. ELLIS and MARK DEDRICK. Perspectives on Political Science, Fall , vol number 4, Abstract. The style of campaigning for president has changed from reticence in the 19th century to . Dwight D. Eisenhower. John F. Kennedy. Lyndon B. Johnson. Richard M. Nixon. George H. W. Bush. Search Presidential Speeches.
November 2, - James A. Garfield, Republican is elected president over Winfield S. Hancock, the Democratic candidate. Garfield receives Electoral College votes to for Hancock, but barely wins the popular vote with a majority of only 7, voters. Buy Chronology Republican National Committee, Republican Campaign Manual, The Republican Campaign Book served as the basis for a unified political campaign on a national scale. It consists largely of the party platform along with position statements by presidential and vice-presidential nominees and other prominent members of the party.
The solution was to encourage Garfield to deliver speeches from his front porch. So it was Garfield's oratorical gifts that gave rise, in , to the first "front porch campaign" in American history. S visitors came to hear the Republican candidate during the autumn of The picture above is of Garfield's home in Mentor, Ohio. A view of the Republican National Convention in Chicago. Many expected former President Ulysses S. Grant to be nominated on the first ballot. When that didn’t happen, the party went in search of a compromise candidate. On the thirty-sixth ballot, they selected Congressman James A. Garfield of Ohio. (Library of Congress).
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Get this from a library. Great Republican speeches of the campaign of. [Staten Island Publishing Company, Stapleton, N.Y.;] -- This volume offers a collection of speeches delivered by eminent Republicans in New York and Brooklyn during the presidential campaign. Excerpt from Great Republican Speeches of the Campaign of The great Speech of Senator Roscoe Conkling, in the Academy of Music, New York City, Friday night, SeptemThe Address of Hon.
William M. Evarts, in the Academy of Music, new-york City, fednesday evening, SeptemThe Address of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, in the Cooper Union, N ew-york City, W'ednesday Author: Staten Island Publishing Company.
There are many great republican speeches, but the author's analysis of the speech excerpts are intended not as a celebration, but as an outlet for his personal frustration and oblique opinions.
Too bad, I wanted elucidation, not a lecture on how liberals are bad with intentionally misinterpreted analysis of the words of many great Republicans/5(8). We asked former Republican speechwriter Barton Swaim to write a totally pandering stump speech for an imaginary GOP presidential candidate — one who espouses only positions that a majority of Republicans agree with (we also did the same with Democrats).).
Here’s the speech he wrote, including notes to explain his phrasing, behind-the-scenes pro tips on appealing to Republican voters. The Campaign Text Book: Why the People Want a Change; the Republican Party Reviewed; Its Sins of Commission and Omission; a Summary of Leading Events in Our History Under Republican Administration.
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National convention. 7th, Chicago, Proceedings. The success of the Republican campaign of is difficult to measure against other national campaigns of the era. The immediate political challenge to the Republican organization, James Buchanan and the Democratic party campaign effort, was relatively well organized throughout the nation and had access to substantial campaign : Linda Jean Webster.
What makes a great campaign speech. As it turns out, the same attributes as a document written in plain language. The most effective speeches are those that use clear language in a series of short statements, and make the speaker’s points with conviction.
Here are six. The eclectic list included public speeches from Barbara Jordan, Richard Nixon, Malcom X and Ronald Reagan in the top 10 of the rankings. Link: Read The List. Public speaking has played an important role in our country’s story.
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Calhoun, Charles W. Minority Victory: Gilded Age Politics and the Front Porch Campaign of Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, [Catalog Record] Notes. 1.The Great Republican Revolt. The GOP planned a dynastic restoration in Instead, it triggered an internal class war.
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