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Facts mean nothing unless they are rightly understood, rightly related and rightly interpreted. - William Jennings Bryan

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Author's Biography:
Name: William Jennings Bryan
Born: 19 March 1860. Died: 26 July 1925
Profession: Orator | Politician |


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