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SOURCE: “William Jennings Bryan and the Japanese,” in Southern California Quarterly, Vol. XLVIII, No. 3, Sepember, 1966, pp. 227-40.

In the following essay, Daniels discusses Bryan's ideas about Asian immigration, particularly Japanese, into America.

A little more than a year before he died, William Jennings Bryan wrote out a three point statement of his political principles for the journalist, Mark Sullivan. His first point was that “in Government, people have a right to what they want.”1 That most of Bryan's career was consistent with this and his other principles, goes almost without saying. The modern view of Bryan doubts his wisdom rather than his integrity.2 But on at least one issue—Japanese immigration—Bryan knowingly violated his own first principle, and it is this contradiction that will be the ultimate...

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