6 edition of William Mckinley (Presidential Leaders) found in the catalog.
by Twenty-First Century Books (CT)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
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Kevin Phillips has written a biography of President William McKinley. He was the 25th United States President from to where he was assassinated in Buffalo, New York.
He was elected first in and re-elected in with Vice President Theodore Roosevelt. The book is written more about his political biography than his personal /5(62). A book by a leading author, Karl Rove, the book touches the life of the then American president, William Mckinley, and describes how his win in the presendenital elections in the United States led to the end of a tough political climate in the country.
William McKinley, –, 25th president of the United States (–), b. Niles, Ohio. He was educated at Poland (Ohio) Seminary and Allegheny College.
After service in the Union army in the Civil War, he returned to Ohio and became a lawyer at Canton. He entered politics and was elected as a Republican to Congress in The Triumph of William McKinley is a deeply informed and highly engaging account of one of the seminal elections in American history, the victory that ushered in more than a generation of Republican dominance.
A vivid, intriguing and compellingly modern rendering of one of the most underappreciated episodes in American political history."Cited by: 1. He might have also pointed to Karl Rove, the Republican political organizer whose book on the election, “The Triumph of William McKinley,” identified McKinley as a genius at coalition.