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In a famous speech, William Jennings Bryan
A. declared that mankind shouldn't be "crucified on a cross of gold."
B. refused to be allied with the so-called "silverists."
C. declared his staunch support of the gold standard.
D. refused his nomination as the presidential candidate of the Populist Party.

Is it A?

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    Right.

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    From the article I read on Wikipedia, I think it's C.

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    Okay. Are these sites trustworthy?

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    Read the first paragraph carefully, Brooke.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross_of_Gold_speech

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    Yes. Wikipedia is trustworthy on statements of fact. The speech is a matter of public record.

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