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A Medieval Knight.
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The president’s aides took great pains with the details of the trip, especially its public relations aspects. Reporters were invited aboard the train and given advance copies of the speeches. At each stop, a stenographer recorded McKinley’s words and passed the transcript on to reporters. The speeches were also disseminated to the wire services and major newspapers, indicating the national importance given a regional tour. A person was assigned to “measure” and record the response of the audience to presidential statements.
Cuba’s rebellion against Spanish rule dragged into its third year with no end in sight, vast destruction inflicted on the island and its people, and mounting concern in the United States. S. economic interests in Cuba. It became for Americans an object of humanitarian and emotional concern. Many sympathized with the Cuban rebellion, sometimes portraying it as an extension of their own. The sensationalist yellow press of William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer, at this time engaged in a fierce circulation 24 · George C.
S. troops for their restraint in the face of provocation and danger. ” Speaking in Minnesota, territory acquired through the Louisiana Purchase, he reminded his listeners that short-sighted Americans had also opposed that windfall and had been proven wrong many times over. He compared his domestic foes to Civil War Copperheads, whose dissent encouraged the enemy to fight on and thereby cost American lives. Above all, he insisted on the nobility of the nation’s mission. “Wherever we have raised our flag, we have raised it not for conquest .
A Medieval Knight by James Barter