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November 7, 1896

THE QUADRENNIAL ELECTION.

JAMA. 1896;XXVII(19):1019. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430970041011

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Abstract

The election of Major Wm. McKinley to be the President of the United States will set the money machinery of the country in motion, and now that capital need no longer fear to come out of its hiding places we trust that prosperity may come to and abide with every reader of the Journal. We trust that the good work of organization may go on apace and that the members may make renewed efforts to increase the membership. Our Journal has prospered even in the face of the great financial depression which has affected all classes of business. With the business revival sure to come, let us all have confidence, and show it by taking hold of the Association affairs with renewed vigor.

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