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Meet Amazing Americans Leaders & Statesmen William Jennings Bryan
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Women voting in New York City.

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William Jennings Bryan Supported Many Causes
Not until 1920 did all women have the right to vote. Bryan also worked on other issues important to him during his lifetime. He championed such causes as the popular election of senators, an income tax in which the rich pay more than the poor, the creation of a U.S. Department of Labor, and the prohibition of the production and sale of alcoholic beverages. He also fought for the farmers of America. What effect do you think Bryan's efforts had on our country?
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