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What political event is acknowledged in this cartoon?
I'd go with (A), bimetallism. The guy in the cartoon is William Jennings Bryan, a Democratic candidate for President back in the late 19th century, and he's being made fun of for his "Cross of Gold" speech against the gold standard claiming that it was a "crown of thorns" on everyone's brow "crucifying" them on a "cross of gold." He was also a supporter of a "free silver" standard which bimetallism is related to. People were also upset that he used the Bible in his politics, hence the cartoon.
What political event is acknowledged in this cartoon? (5 points) the passage of the Sherman Silver Purchase Act a speech to the Farmer's Alliance the passage of a return to the gold standard a speech at a political event
I got it right! Correct Answer: A. Bimetallism
A is correct
Its not a for CaitAlbe's question
@itseddie I got it wrong twice and I guessed "A" and I was correct.
What political event is acknowledged in this cartoon? Correct Answer: a speech at a political event