Phillips is probably on firmer ground with his flank assertion that McKinley
suffered from his association with middle-class values and middle-class constituencies.
They're all looking for this 'authentic voice,"' said McKinley
had to raise nearly $10,000 to get his bank note out of default.
Some in Congress criticized President McKinley
for waiting for a special court of inquiry to determine the cause of the blast.
He used the nest egg in 1990 to establish McKinley
, recently cited by The Wall Street Journal for a nine-month stock-market performance of 60 percent - third-highest in the U.
(no relation) joined McKinley
in December of 2010, as a director of business development.
coached boys soccer at Shrewsbury High School from 1990 to 1995, and then started coaching club soccer.
Their consolation was a rambling speech by Tyson's co-trainer, Stacey McKinley
, about Tyson's greatness and a question-and-answer session with McKinley
and partner Ronnie Shields that turned testy when reporters asked questions the trainers didn't like.
Like his assassinated predecessor William McKinley
, these mostly forgotten men felt no need to exercise the power and influence inherent in the presidency and were largely overshadowed by the congressional leaders, industrial tycoons and Wall Street bankers who dominated the American scene in the post-Civil War years.
was about as unlikely a thief as you could find.