Born in Ohio in 1843, William McKinley Jr. grew up in an abolitionist family and a Methodist church. Both proved formative, but only one, Methodism, remained a lasting influence. As a young man, McKinley formally joined the Methodist church and briefly attended a Methodist college. Falling ill and lapsing into depression while in college, however, […]

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