My mother brought me a copy of article by William Kostlevy that appeared in October 2001 in the God's Revivalist magazine. Henry Clay Morrison was the founder of Asbury Seminary (David McKenna's "preaching president"). He was a lifetime Methodist preacher from Kentucky... and unfortunately, I guess, notoriously racist (that's from the Asbury Seminary coffee houses, not the article).
I thought this paragraph was very interesting:
"As a Bryan Democrat, Morrison was deeply concerned about the economic plight of farmers and workers. He supported Prohibition and Sunday blue laws and opposed the teaching of evolution in the public schools. Although committed to traditional holiness teaching, Morrison formed coalitions easily with non-Wesleyans, such as Keswick holiness advocates, non-holiness Methodist Fundamentalists and national Fundamentalist leaders, such as William Jennings Bryan."
It would be hard to know what groups he would belong to today. These words and groups still exist, but they are hardly the same.