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Warren G. Harding

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Warren G. Harding was the 29th President of the United States and served from March 4, 1921 to August 2, 1923.
Warren G. Harding Died of Heart Disease Harding was touring the Western US when he died in San Francisco, California. Food poisoning was the initial diagnosis, then stroke. With today's medical knowledge, it is now generally accepted that Harding died of heart disease.
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Calvin Coolidge thought that there should be not government interference and he favored small businesses.
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He got a Heart Attack in his sleep.
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Harding Memorial, Marion, Ohio is the site of Harding's tomb.
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he was the first president to go to Alaska and Canada
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His term lasted from March 4, 1921 to August 2, 1923.The 29th President of the United States was Warren G. Harding from March 4, 1921 to August 2, 1923
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Warren Harding served from March 4, 1921 until his death on August 2, 1923.
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25% of golfers in the world are women.
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The Teapot Dome scandal took place during the administration (1921-1923) of US president Warren G. Harding. Teapot Dome is an oil field on public land in the U.S. state of Wyoming, taking its name from Teapot Rock, an outcrop resembling a teapot south of the field. His Secretary of the Interior, A…
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Warren Harding was the first President who regularly drove a car before entering office and became the first President to ride to his inauguration in an automobile, which was a Packard Twin Six supplied by the Republican National Committee. Theodore Roosevelt may have made a go at driving after he w…
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warren has a tank plant
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He called her "The Duchess" in a rather sarcastic way.
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no- Harding was a 20th century president, elected in 1920. (The 19th century is the 1800's and the 20th century was the 1900's.)
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George Washington George Washington was the first president of the united states.
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No US President was ever the nephew of another US President. However, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (in office 1933-1945) was married to his fifth cousin Eleanor Roosevelt, and her uncle was President Theodore Roosevelt (in office 1901-1909).
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The Teapot Dome scandal became infamous during the administration of Warren G. Harding. Albert Fall, the Secretary of the Interior was convicted to accepting bribes from private oil companies to acquire oil leases on federal lands such as the Tea Dome in Wyoming.
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Allegedly, he was 1/16th black.
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Warren Harding was the eldest of the eight children of Dr. George Tryon Harding, Sr. and Phoebe Elizabeth (Dickerson) Harding.. Warren had four sisters and a brother that lived to adulthood plus one brother and one sister who died at ages 6 and 4 respectively. They were: Charity Malvina Harding Rems…
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He played golf at least twice a week while he was president. He also had regular poker games. He also liked yachting, fishing, automobile trips and going to watch baseball.
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harding sought to cut the federal budget and decrease taxes on the wealthy population
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Calvin Coolidge (he was famous for not talking) Calvin Coolidge become president after Warren G. Hardings' death.
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because he was not succesfulThat's just plain wrong.An ok answer would be that he appointed some corrupt friends to cabinet positions who inflicted embarassing scandals on his administration. He was also a womanizer, a quality shared with far more presidents than is well known. However, the best an…
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warren g. Harding died in San Francisco, California on August 2,1923
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President Warren G. Harding (November 2, 1865 - August 2, 1923) Term: March 4, 1921 - August 2, 1923 Political Party: Republican Vice-President: Calvin Coolidge Major Domestic Policy: As a Republican, Harding was for increasing the protective tariff. Harding also enforced new immigration laws. The F…
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Heart attack or stroke probably. His death was sudden and rather mysterious. His wife would not let an autopsy be performed so the cause of his death was a subject for much discussion. In fact, one man wrote a book accusing his wife of poisoning him.
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Warren G. Harding was our 29th president and was in office from 1921 to 1923. For fun and relaxation he played the cornet, played poker and played golf.
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Certainly he is known for the saying in 1920 : America's present need is not for heroics, but healing; not nostrums but normalcy; not revolution, but restoration. History remembers his presidency as being one of the most corrupt administrations.
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Warren G. Harding was born on November 2, 1865.
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James M. Cox (March 31, 1870 - July 15, 1957), former governor of Ohio was Harding;s Democratic opponent in 1920. The Socialist Eugene Debs and others were on the ballots of some states but did not win any electoral votes.
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Former President Warren G. Harding has been honored by appearing on a U.S. postage stamp more than the majority of Presidents. He also has a large number of public buildings, schools, parks and other facilities named after him.
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In the 1920 presidential election, Warren G. Harding ran against James M. Cox. Harding got 404 electoral votes and Cox got 127. In the popular vote, Harding got 16,144,093 votes and Cox got 9,139,661.
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Harding favored laissez-faire economics and corporations were able to expand. He raised the tariff, as he feared involvement overseas because of WWI.
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Rated by the historians in the "worst" category is, you guessed it, Warren G. Harding: a president who successfully promoted economic prosperity, cut taxes, balanced the budget, reduced the national debt, released all of his predecessor's (Wilson's) political prisoners, supported anti-lynching legis…
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return to normalcy
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Yes he did die in office
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BECAUSE HE WAS STUPIDWow, what an uneducated comment.An ok answer would be that he appointed some corrupt friends to cabinet positions who inflicted embarassing scandals on his administration. He was also a womanizer, a quality shared with far more presidents than is well known.However, the best ans…
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President Warren G. Harding was the 29th President of the United States of America and was a Republican who was from Ohio.
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John Calvin Coolidge Jr. was the US President after Warren Gamaliel Harding. Calvin Coolidge was the 30th President of the United States from 1923 August 4 to 1929 March 4.
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to return to conservative policies
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Warren G. Harding died suddenly on August 2, 1923 at the age of 57 n San Francisco, California .
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he obviously did not abide to it. he stocked up alcohol in the white house and enjoyed his time with his friends...obviously hes violating the law.
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President Warren G. Harding was the President. His Secretary of the Interior, Albert B. Fall, was bribed to sell oil leases on government land to certain oil companies. This was one of several scandals in the Harding administration, from March 4, 1921 to August 2, 1923, when Harding died in office.
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Yeah, he was in the White House from 1921-1923. He died while in office on August 2,1923 while in San Fransisco of a stroke. He was a pretty bad president.
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Warren Gamaliel Harding lived at 380 Mt. Vernon Avenue in Marion, Ohio most of his adult life. He was born in Corscico Ohio
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Warren G. Harding was the first to ride to his inauguration in a car.
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Warren G. Harding was preceded by United States president Woodrow Wilson. Wilson held office from March 4, 1913 until March 4, 1921.
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Gamaliel is what the G stands for.
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One of President Harding's cabinet members, Albert Fall, was associated with an oil scandal called the Teapot Dome Scandal. Fall was Harding's secretary of the interior and in charge of the nation's oil reserves during the early 1920s. After Harding's death in August 1923, information surfaced that …
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He was 6 feet tall , had silver hair and was generally considered to be good looking. See the related links for pictures.
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One quote from Harding is : "I have no trouble with my enemies. I can take care of my enemies in a fight. But my friends, my goddamned friends, they're the ones who keep me walking the floor at nights! See the link for more.
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James M. Cox
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Ohio was Harding's home state. He was born in Blooming Grove, Ohio, as was his father, and lived his whole life in Ohio. He owned a newspaper in Marion, Ohio and represented Ohio in the US Senate. His home, museum and tomb are in Marion, Ohio.
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Warren G. Harding was a Republican president.
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He died 2nd, 1923, from a heart attack.
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Harding was born in Blooming Grove, Ohio.
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Warren G. Harding (1865-1923) was elected in 1920 and sworn in as the 29th President on March 4, 1921. He died in office two years later, on August 2, 1923. He was succeeded by his Vice President, Calvin Coolidge.
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Calvin Coolidge
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Actually, no. He was ranked the 2nd worst president. He even said himself, "I am not fit to be here. That's what historians say, but why? An ok answer would be that he appointed some corrupt friends to cabinet positions who inflicted embarassing scandals on his administration. He was also a womani…
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Warren G. Harding become President of the United States on March 4, 1921. Before he was President of the U.S., he was also the 28th Lieutenant Governor of Ohio.
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not much....he appointed Taft as chief justice of supreme court, "His administration revised Germany's war debts downward through legislation, passed in 1923, known as the Dawes Plan. Hughes also called for a naval conference with nine other nations to freeze naval spending in an effort to reduce sp…
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He was partially black. Very small amount.
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Harding took the oath of office on 4 March 1921 and served until 3 August 1923.
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warren g harding died in office he died by having a heart attack
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he liked playing poker and boxing and golf.
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Warren G. Harding was a Republican.
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He died one year before his presidential term ended.
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Warren G. Harding was able to win the 1920 presidential election by assuring Americans that he would return the country to "normalcy". People were not happy with the war in Europe and Wilson's plan to keep the US involved in European conflicts via a League of Nations. The Democratic candidate oppose…
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No because he was one of our very worst presidents
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he is the 29th president
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Warren Harding was 57 and about to turn 58 in November but he died of a heart attack on August the second of 1923.
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As a boy he lived with his two parents, four sisters and a brother. After he left home, his wife made up his entire family -- they did not have any children .
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He published the Marion Daily Star, he ran on the campaign slogan to return to normalcy.
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They were poker-playing cronies called the "Ohio Gang"
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weak-willed & tolerant of corruption among his friends
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Warren G. Harding only served one part of one term. He died on a train trip from somewhat mysterious causes on August 2, 1923.
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He had a pleasant childhood and gave credit for his success to his early upbringing in the village where he lived. He was th oldest of six children and although both of his parents were doctors, he was not raised in a life of luxury but did farm chores and got a paying job as soon as he was old enou…
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nothing he did nothing important he was the worst president ever
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Warren Harding was the first 20th century president to openly advocate equality for African-Americans. Harding also repealed many of the civil rights violations passed by Woodrow Wilson.
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Warren G. Harding was our President from March 4, 1921 until August 2, 1923. He refused refused to join the League of Nations He signed a treaty ending WW I with Germany He pardoned Socialist Eugene Debs . Convened the Washington Conference for the Limitation of Arms. Eventually, Great Britain,Jap…
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Harding graduated with a BS degree from Ohio Central College in Iberia, Ohio. Before college he went to a one-room public school at Corsica (now Blooming Grove), Ohio.
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yes he did his mother Phobe Harding called him ``Winnie``
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Harding and his wife had no children. Harding did father an illegitimate daughter for whom he paid child support.
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The 29th president of the United States.
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Republican in the end.
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Warren Harding most probably died of natural causes from a stroke or heart trouble. His death was sudden and he was not very old so people talked a lot about his death and a sensational book accused his wife of poisoning him.
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He was US senator from Ohio. Before he entered politics, he and his wife ran the home-town newspaper in Marion, Ohio.
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Warren Harding had a Airedale dog, Laddie Boy, delivered his newspaper each day. The dog had a birthday party and a cake made of dog biscuits. He also had his own chair for cabinet meetings. He also had a bull dog and some canaries.
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Warren G. Harding only served for two years because he died in 1923, which was two years after he entered the office of presidency. It appears that he had a strange death, because no one is sure what caused it. Some people claim to have been heart disease, or myocardial infarction.
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1921-1933
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Children: Elizabeth Ann Christian (illegitimate child by Nan Britton) (1919- )
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