History of Campaign Funds from 1876 to 1892

University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1917 - 148 頁

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第 27 頁 - I see the reporters are present, therefore I will simply say that everybody showed a great deal of interest in the occasion and distributed tracts and political documents all through the State.
第 60 頁 - Dudley, in his instructions to his subordinates, told them to "divide the floaters into blocks of five and put a trusted man with necessary funds in charge of these five and make him responsible that none get away and that all vote our ticket.
第 5 頁 - My views as to what ought to be done required of office holders are set forth in my letter of acceptance and are no doubt sufficiently well known. But I think it is proper to say to the committee that if assessments are made as charged it is a plain departure from correct principles, and ought not to be allowed. I think trust the committee will have nothing to do with it.
第 33 頁 - ... circumstances in which the country finds itself placed, the committee believes that you will esteem it both a privilege and a pleasure to make to its...
第 22 頁 - At the close of the campaign we shall place a list of those who have not paid in the hands of the head of the department you are in.
第 27 頁 - Indiana was really, I suppose, a Democratic State. It had been put down on the books always as a State that might be carried by close and perfect organization and a great deal of — (laughter).
第 53 頁 - The influence of Federal office-holders should not be felt in the manipulation of political primary meetings and nominating conventions. The use by these officials of their positions to compass their selection as delegates to political conventions is indecent and unfair; and proper regard for the proprieties and requirements of official place will also prevent their assuming the active conduct of political campaigns.
第 13 頁 - Mr. , of Boston, and perhaps others. On the whole, his talk was not encouraging. The use of money, I have little faith in, and I am confident no such large sum can be raised. I mean to go through cheerfully and firmly and with clean hands. If defeated, there will be no bitterness in the disappointment, and I shall have my self-respect and an approving conscience.
第 51 頁 - Mariani — comes only from the United States. He therefore, as a means of tracing this malignity to its source, authorizes the following: — Messrs. Mariani & Company offer a reward of one thousand dollars for information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person circulating malicious falsehoods or libelous and defamatory reports intended to discredit the old established reputation of this house or the integrity of Vin Mariani. — The Coca Leaf. March, 1905.
第 18 頁 - Republican party from any other and may meet all proper expenses incident to the campaign, the committee feels authorized to apply to all citizens whose principles or interests are involved in the struggle. Under the circumstances in which the country finds itself placed, the committee believes that you will esteem it both a privilege and a pleasure...