United States History
Question of the Day

Election of 1916

Wilson campaign button, 1916
Image Source: Dickinson College

Question 1314117

The Democratic victory in the 1916 presidential election was primarily due to

(A) Republican support being divided between William Howard Taft and Theodore Roosevelt
(B) Democrat use of the campaign theme "He Kept Us Out of War"
(C) Woodrow Wilson's refusal to support an amendment for female suffrage
(D) a brilliant poster campaign supporting the war effort
(E) the creation of the Federal Reserve Board

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