William McKinley

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Noun1.William McKinley - 25th President of the United StatesWilliam McKinley - 25th President of the United States; was assassinated by an anarchist (1843-1901)
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The McKinley administration, though, had little interest in gaining a territorial concession in China.
During the period covered in the book, Clemens is deeply in debt and undertakes a world lecture tour to help right his financial ship, while Hay serves in the McKinley administration as ambassador to Great Britain.
Long of the William McKinley administration and John Lehman of the Ronald Reagan administration.
Dawes, a former McKinley administration official and successful businessman, who used the new bureau to reshape government spending.
The United States got into the great game in 1898 when, after successfully ousting Spain from Cuba and the Pacific, the McKinley administration, prodded by Theodore Roosevelt and Henry Cabot Lodge, decided to annex the Philippines.
We should pause here to consider that Karl Rove's cherished period of American history is that of the McKinley Administration (1897-1901).
The growing misery and death toll in Cuba led the McKinley administration to employ tough diplomacy toward Spain and eventually to justify U.