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Which of the following best describes William Jennings Bryan’s political life following the 1896 election? After defeating McKinley, Bryan served as the president. After defeating McKinley, Bryan served as senator. After losing to McKinley, Bryan retired from politics. After losing to McKinley, Bryan ran for president twice more.

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The option which best describes William Jennings Bryan’s political life following the 1896 election is the final one - after losing to McKinley, Bryan ran for president twice more. He didn't defeat McKinley, so A and B are incorrect. He lost, and he didn't retire from politics, but ran for president in 1900 and 1908 again. 

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