The pigmies attack; but the government still lives' President McKinley standing on the steps to the U.S. Capitol, holding up two flags, one labelled "Expansion" and the other labelled "Sound Money." Tiny figures at the foot of the steps show William Jennings Bryan and his "Anti-Expansion", "16 to 1" followers trying to dislodge the flag poles.

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The pigmies attack; but the government still lives' President McKinley standing on the steps to the U.S. Capitol, holding up two flags, one labelled "Expansion" and the other labelled "Sound Money." Tiny figures at the foot of the steps show William Jennings Bryan and his "Anti-Expansion", "16 to 1" followers trying to dislodge the flag poles. Stock Photo
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The pigmies attack; but the government still lives' President McKinley standing on the steps to the U.S. Capitol, holding up two flags, one labelled "Expansion" and the other labelled "Sound Money." Tiny figures at the foot of the steps show William Jennings Bryan and his "Anti-Expansion", "16 to 1" followers trying to dislodge the flag poles.
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