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Although no evidence of actual payments was uncovered, it became clear that Tilden’s agents had considered bribery as a way to win Florida and South Carolina.
Tilden’s denunciation of Republican corruption and promises of reform resonated among voters eager to defeat a tired Republican establishment.
“There is a huge advantage to a simple, single fleet structure,” Tilden said Monday in a video interview, citing lower ownership costs from maintenance, training and other expenses.Boeing 737 Max sales streak continues with Alaska Airlines order|Rachel King|December 22, 2020|Fortune
Tilden ended up being one Electoral College vote short of the 185 he needed to win.
And volunteers are working around the clock at Fort Tilden beach in the Rockaways to fortify sand dunes.Hurricane Season Is Starting, and Projections Are Higher Than Average|Eliza Shapiro|May 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Nearby, Fort Tilden Beach is one of the few local beaches that will not reopen this summer.Superstorm Who? Sandy’s Hard-Hit Beach Towns Reopen for Business|Eliza Shapiro, Josh Dzieza|May 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Strikingly, only two of the five—Hoover and Tilden—made their money themselves.
It does so in a rather striking manner by means of photographic reproductions of the claims of the Tilden Company.
Eighteen hundred and seventy-six was a Presidential year—the year of the Hayes-Tilden campaign.
In later life he changed his mind about Tilden (as did many others) through sympathy.
Clemens, however, did not lose faith, and went on shouting for Hayes and damning Tilden till the final vote was cast.
I was fortunate in getting the above story from Luke Tilden, for a few weeks afterward he died in the aquarium; and Zach.