Gone democratic


1900 Campaign poster for the Republican Party. “The American flag has not been planted in foreign soil to acquire more territory but for humanity’s sake,” president William McKinley, July 12, 1900.

Left: see how the situation allegedly was in 1896, before McKinley’s victory during the elections [Spanish rule in Cuba]

Right : see how the situation allegedly is in 1900, after four years of McKinley’s rule [American rule in Cuba]

Images of McKinley and Roosevelt. Text below candidates reads "The American Flag Has Not Been Planted In Foreign Soil To Acquire More Territory But For Humanity’s Sake" / (McKinley, July 12, 1900). Top of left side reads "1896."   Three vignettes appear below date with captions below each.   First is closed factory "Gone Democratic."   Next is "A Run On The Bank."  Bottom shows starving prisoners "Spanish Rule In Cuba."  Right side has "1900" date at top with illustration of smokestacks, steamships and locomotives with caption "Gone Republican."   Next is "A Run To The Bank."   Bottom right shows a teacher in a "Public School" and farmers in the field captioned "American Rule In Cuba."

Images of McKinley and Roosevelt. Text below candidates reads “The American Flag Has Not Been Planted In Foreign Soil To Acquire More Territory But For Humanity’s Sake” / (McKinley, July 12, 1900). Top of left side reads “1896.”
Three vignettes appear below date with captions below each.
First is closed factory “Gone Democratic.”
Next is “A Run On The Bank.”
Bottom shows starving prisoners “Spanish Rule In Cuba.”
Right side has “1900” date at top with illustration of smokestacks, steamships and locomotives with caption “Gone Republican.”
Next is “A Run To The Bank.”
Bottom right shows a teacher in a “Public School” and farmers in the field captioned “American Rule In Cuba.”

English: A 1900 Republican campaign poster for the US presidential election. Español: Cartel de la campaña Republicana presidencial de los Estados Unidos de 1900. Français : Affiche de campagne électorale républicaine de 1900 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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