William McKinley

Early Career

What did McKinley do after the war?

McKinley decided to pursue a career in law. He attended Albany Law School for a year, but did not graduate. Instead—as was often done at that time—he learned, or “read” the law under a practicing attorney. McKinley read law under Judge Charles Glidden.


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