William jennings bryan while he was unsuccessful at

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Jennings Bryan died in his sleep. William Jennings Bryan, while he was unsuccessful at winning the presidency, preformed very remarkable in politics. He was the face of the Free Silver Movement, he helped form peace treaties despite his inexperience, and he advocated for many social reforms. He is also well known for his involvedment in the Scopes trials. He helped prosecute the defedant for taching evolution in a public school. In 1925, just after the trials, Bryan fell ill and died before he was able to do anything else.
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