The Election

THE presidential election is over. The important event came and went with perhaps as little upheaval or commotion as could have been hoped for in view of all the circumstances.

Presidential elections in this country have ever been noted for the warmth and earnestness with which each party has urged its peculiar views. Every expedient has been resorted to that promised the possible conversion of voters to those peculiar views. Each platform was urged by the most influential newspapers and the ablest political orators to be secured by the respective contestants.

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Christian Science Periodicals
November 15, 1900
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