Bryan or McKinley? The Present Duty of American Citizens

Adlai E. Stevenson, B. R. Tillman, Edward M. Shepard, Richard Croker, Erving Winslow, Charles Emory Smith, G. F. Hoar, T. C. Platt, W. M. Stewart, Andrew Carnegie and James H. Eckels
The North American Review
Vol. 171, No. 527 (Oct., 1900), pp. 433-516
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Bryan or McKinley? The Present Duty of American Citizens

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  • Report of Senator Lodge, Chairman of the Committee on the Philip- pines, Fifty-Sixth Congress, first session, Senate document 171.
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    "Report of General E. S. Otis, Aug. 31st, 1899.
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    "Firing upon the Filipinos and the killing of one of them by the Americans, leading to return fire."—Maj.-Gen. E. S. Otis. Report up to April 6, 1899.
  • 'Feb. 9, 1899. "Aguinaldo now applies for a cessation of hostilities and conference; have declined to answer."—Maj.-Gen. E. S. Otis's report. This statement, confirmed by General C. McReeve, has recently been de- nied by General Otis, who says his own "dispatch" was "misleading!"
  • Hon. Geo. F. Hoar, March 29, 1899.
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    Congressional Record, February 26, 1900, pp. 2,347-2,348.