Mark Hanna's "Moral Cranks" and--Others: A Study of To-day

By: "Mul" [William H. Muldoon]

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(no dust jacket) [some soiling/spotting to page edges and spine, rear hinge just starting, minor bumping to several corners]. (B&W photo frontispiece portrait of author) An examination of the then-current state of American politics, particularly with regard to the influence of Socialist ideology. Mark Hanna, whose quote disparaging a political opponent as a "moral crank" inspired the book's title, was a prominent Republican businessman and politician, who served as a U.S. Senator from 1897 to 1904 and was a close confidant and advisor to William McKinley both before and during his Presidency. (His relationship to and influence over McKinley has been compared to that of Karl Rove with respect to George W. Bush.)

Title: Mark Hanna's "Moral Cranks" and--Others: A Study of To-day

Author: "Mul" [William H. Muldoon]

Categories: History: U.S.,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Brooklyn NY, George F. Spinney Company: 1900

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 22998

Keywords: Politics Anti-trust Progressive Era William McKinley