RT Book, Whole DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 715683 LA English T1 Marcus Alonzo Hanna : his life and work A1 Croly, Herbert David,, PB The Macmillan Company PP New York [N.Y.] YR 1912 AB For years Mark Hanna could not obtain an unprejudiced hearing, unless it were from his political allies. He was denounced as the living embodiment of a greedy, brutalized and remorseless plutocracy; and this denunciation infected the opinion of many members of his own party who had no knowledge of the man. Gradually, however, the public estimate of him improved. As his personality became better known, and as his political opinions became more fully expressed, the popular caricature of Mark Hanna began to fade from the public mind. The fair-dealing characteristic of his own attitude towards other men aroused a corresponding attitude towards him on the part of a large part of the public. The man himself began to obtain tributes of personal appreciation even from his enemies. - Introduction.