THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION of 1892 featured Benjamin Harrison (1833–1901), and Grover Cleveland (1837–1908). Harrison, the incumbent Republican president, defeated Democrat Cleveland in 1888. Cleveland outpolled Harrison, 48.6 to 47.8 percent in the popular vote. Yet, Harrison ...

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