Tippecanoe and Tyler Too

Feature

Saturday, July 24, 2004

In 1840, when General William Henry Harrison was running for President, his campaign organized a gigantic rally on a battlefield in Indiana where Harrison had once led a regiment of armed settlers in a battle against the local Indians. Jackson Braider explains how that rally, and others like it, changed American politics forever.

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Jackson Braider

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