Brownback Has Won His War?

The next morning, February 15, 1893, Republican Speaker of the House George L. Douglas led members and employees of the Republican House who gathered at the Copeland Hotel on Kansas Avenue and marched to the Statehouse. A few guards tried to stop them but were easily swept aside. They gained entry to the Hall by applying a sledge hammer to door of the House of Representatives.

via Populist War – Kansapedia – Kansas Historical Society.

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