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Throughout his career, McKinley has been able to maintain the backing of labor and gain the support of wage earners. His philosophy in matters of international trade are evident in the McKinley Tariff of 1890, which the Representative lobbied for while serving a s chairman of the powerful Ways and Means Committee. Although he lost his seat in the House in the Democratic sweep of 1890, McKinley would not leave politics. During his absence from Washington, he served a s governor of Ohio and used his political skills to campaign for other Republican candidates.

Opting to pursue a career in medicine, Freud was guided by such noted figures as Emst von Brucke and Theodor Meynert. Among his earliest works were investigations of infantile cerebral paralysis and aphasia. In 1886, Freud married Martha Bemays and, in order to support his wife, turned away from research in order to pursue a more traditional medical practice. His interest in neurology was sparked by Josef Breuer’s use of hypnosis and a friendship with Jean Martin Charcot. In 1895, he and Breuer published Studies in Hysteria, a book that is generally regarded a s the foundation of a new field known as psychoanalysis.

Where he continues to pursue his career as a journalist and pen tales of the supernatural and macabre. Blackwell, Antionette Brown (b. 1825):An outspoken advocate of women’s suffrage and civil rights, Blackwell has fought against bigotry and injustice all her life. She studied religion at Oberlin College, but was not permitted to graduate because her school opposed the ordination of women a s ministers. In 1853, she was ordained by the Congregational Church in Wayne County, New York, becoming the first ordained woman minister in the United States.

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