President McKinley


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Noun1.President McKinley - 25th President of the United StatesPresident McKinley - 25th President of the United States; was assassinated by an anarchist (1843-1901)
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A disease-ridden infestation invading our shores, while hovering over Uncle Sam is the specter of President McKinley, who was killed by a Polish immigrant's gun.
Baker (assistant professor of economics at The College of New Jersey, Ewing), Carola Frydman (professor of finance at Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill), and Eric Hilt (assistant professor of finance at Wellesley (Mass.) College) are the authors of the National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper, "Political Discretion and Antitrust Policy: Evidence from the Assassination of President McKinley," for the Cato Institute, Washington D.C.
Charyn has a gift for the unexpected, both linguistically and narratively: A snake wraps itself around a boy's arm "like a living bandage," and President McKinley has "the soft, sunken heart of a chocolate eclair." The most emotionally resonant relationship in the book is between Roosevelt and Josephine, his pet mountain lion.
It is widely known that American colonial policy in the Philippines was first and best expressed by President McKinley's 'Benevolent Assimilation' proclamation issued in December 1898.
Now President McKinley is coming to visit the Expo and everyone is in an uproar.
1899 - President McKinley signs bill creating Mount Rainier National Park (5th in U.S,)
President McKinley: Architect of the American Century, by Robert W.
Merry's President McKinley is a necessary contribution to a necessary campaign on the battlefield of history.
While President McKinley believed that Roosevelt was 'the ideal man to be the first pioneer governor,' others in his party who did not see eye-to-eye with Roosevelt moved to have him 'promoted' to the vice presidency.
Toward the end of the 19th century, President McKinley believed that making the rich even richer would result in these fortunate folks sharing the excess with those less fortunate.
The crucial step in the annexation process examined here is President McKinley's decision to order his peace commissioners to demand control of the Philippines during peace negotiations with Spain.
Over the course of the book, readers learn about the near-destruction of the community by angry Tacoma residents in the wake of President McKinley's assassination.

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