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William Jennings Bryan was one of the most popular politicians of the 19th century. A look at the life of the founder of the modern Democratic party and the man remembered for arguing against the teaching of evolution in schools.
- Michael Kazin Professor of history at Georgetown University and author of "America Divided," "The Populist Persuasion," and "Barons of Labor."
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