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TokenX: a text visualization, analysis, and play tool

Customized for Railroads and the Making of Modern America

William Jennings Bryan Speeches in the 1896 Presidential Campaign

In the 1896 Presidential Campaign Democratic candidate William Jennings Bryan took four major railroad trips, sometimes giving over a dozen speeches at stops along his route. We have compiled all of the speeches from newspaper sources and Bryan's papers. Here, using TokenX you can analyze them.
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     The author gratefully acknowledges the following individuals for their numerous helpful suggestions, time, test cases, questions, and critiques of TokenX.

Zacharia Bajaber
Brett Barney
Jason Bougger
Amanda Gailey
Andrew Jewell
Kenneth M. Price
Lisa M. PytlikZillig
Stacy Rickel
Katherine L. Walter
Laura Weakly


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