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William McKinley and William J. Bryan ran in both the 1896 race and the 1900 race. McKinley was a Republican and ran on a conservative platform. He attracted supporters that were in the upper crust. Bryan was the Democratic and Populist candidate; he represented the working man and advocated crusade against the rich.

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