A Most Unpleasant Election: 1884 Blaine vs. Cleveland

One candidate flawed in personal life the other in public affairs. This Presidential election might have been the worst for its time in bringing up new realities that both candidates had to directly address. We look at 1884 and how it compares and shines a spot light on many of the not so new political trends of today.

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