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Calvin Coolidge

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Calvin Coolidge was the 30th President of the United States and served from August 2, 1923 to March 4, 1929.
Well, he did have one, Charles Dawes, after he was elected to his own term in 1924 but remember that Coolidge was vice president under Warren Harding and became president when Harding died in 1923. At that time there was no constitutional provision for appointing a vice president if that office was …
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He is buried with about 75 other Coolidges in Plymouth Notch Cemetery in Plymouth Notch, Vermont.
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Harding's economic policies are actually a good example of how a laissez-faire approach addresses economic downturns, the downturn here being the depression of 1920-21. According to the Department of Commerce, GNP fell 18% and unemployment had reached 12%. As a point of comparison, there was no poin…
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The New Deal ended the Great Depression. No, World War 2 ended the Depression, but the New Deal helped. Both those answers are false. I refer you to Murray Rothbard's book, America's Great Depression. Think for a second. Let go of your attachments to nationalism and your idealized version of long-…
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The Great Depression began in October of 1929 and ended in December of 1941.
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Calvin Coolidge thought that there should be not government interference and he favored small businesses.
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Coolidge, age 60, died at his home in Northampton , Massachusetts around noon on January 5, 1933. Most likely he died of a heart attack. His wife had gone out shopping in the morning and when she returned and called him for lunch, she found his body. He had recently been complaining about indigestio…
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David Rice Atchison is sometimes refered to as "President for a day." He was president pro tempore of the Senate when James Polk's presidential term expired (March 4, 1849). Polk's successor, Zachary Taylor, refused to take the oath of office on a Sunday for religious reasons. Since Taylor's vice pr…
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President Coolidge was respectable and stable. These were two of his strengths. This enabled him to clean up the corruption of the former administration.
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One main reason the Great Depression ended is because World War II came to an end. The Great Depression began in 1929.
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Coolidge served from August 2, 1923- March 4, 1929 , a period of about 6 years ( or more precisely 5 years 7 months).
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Calvin Coolidge was born on July 4, 1872 in Plymouth, Vermont.
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i did a bit of studying and discovered the answer is No evewry president we have ever had is christian -- In truth, Thomas Jefferson was not a Christian; he was a deist. Jefferson writes, in a letter penned to Benjamin Rush, that he was "a Christian" only in the fact that he respected the moral te…
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The 2nd World War ended the Great Depression.
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Coolidge and his wife Grace Goodhue Coolidge had two sons. Calvin, Jr. died at age 16 from an infection in his foot that he got from a blister. John Coolidge (September 7, 1906 - May 31, 2000) Calvin Coolidge (April 13, 1908 - July 7, 1924)
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The great depression started in october 1929 when the stock market crashed and it ended in 1934.
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It began on Black Tuesday, October 29, 1929 and lasted until the early forties
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Hebert Hoover remained the US President after the death of Calvin Coolidge.
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Calvin Coolidge
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no, Republican
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he reduced tax and debts............................PEACE
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Coolidge was honest and was a effective administrator as governor. He attracted attention for his work in the national Republican party and so was nominated for vice-president. When he became president, he cleaned up the corruption left by Harding, times were good and Coolidge was charming in a quie…
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Calvin Coolidge died at about 12:45 pm on January 5, 1933 at the age of 60 at his home in Northampton, Mass.
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As governor of Massachusetts, Coolidge fired the striking police officers and hired new officers and gave them the benefits that the striking officer were trying to get. gave them new uniforms frequent days off and higher pay then striking officers. It was considered a setback for organized labor.
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Calvin Coolidge's childhood was in Plymouth Notch, Vermont. He helped his father in his shop by selling apples and doing other chores.
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yes president calcin coolidge did have pets. two raccoons, a bear, a hippo, eight dogs, 2 canarys, two cats, a bob cat, lion cubs, and a wallaby.
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Calvin Coolidge was born in Plymouth, Vermont. As an adult he lived in Northampton, Massachusetts where he had a law practice. He was the city solicitor for a time. He was the governor of Massachusetts before he was President.
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Silent Cal is his most commonly cited nickname.
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Before he was President, he passed the bar and established a law practice. He was a mayor of Northhampton, state senator, Lt. Governor and Governor of Massachusetts and served as Vice-president under Harding.
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Calvin Coolidge was born on July 4, 1872 and died on January 5, 1933. Calvin Coolidge would have been 60 years old at the time of death or 143 years old today.
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father : John Calvin Coolidge, Sr.(March 31, 1845 - March 18, 1926) storekeeper, dairyman. member of Vermont state legislature. mother : Victoria Josephine Moor Coolidge (March 14, 1846- March 14,1885)
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Unlike President Obama, President Coolidge did not head an administration plagued with failures. He supported racial equality and had a strong economy.
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Dorothy Parker (August 22, 1893 - June 7, 1967) when she heard that president Calvin Coolidge had died, remarked, "How could they tell?".
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Calvin Coolidge had a policy to do as little as possible.
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No- that's why Barack Obama made African American history by being the first president with some African ancestors.
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Calvin Coolidge was 52 when elected President in 1924. He had been U.S. President for over a year, since the death of Pres. Harding in the summer of '23.
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Calvin Coolidge was the 30th president of the United States. He was conservative and believed in a small government, which had little say in what businesses did. So, in short, the way Coolidge felt about government regulation of business activity, is that he didn't like it, and he didn't believe in…
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Calvin Coolidge became the 30th President on August 3, 1923 when Warren G. Harding died in office. President Coolidge served the remainder of Harding's term and one term of his own before being succeeded by Herbert Hoover on March 4, 1929.
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Coolidge was born in Vermont and lived in Massachusetts, serving as the governor, as an adult.
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Yes. Coolidge won another term in 1924.
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(John) Calvin Coolidge, the 30th president of the United States, was nicknamed "Silent Cal." According to legend, his wife once made him a bet that she could get him to say more than 3 words in one hour. The only 2 words he said were "you lose." But legends aside, the truth about Calvin Coolidge is …
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Coolidge was a member of the Republican Party..
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He was quite conservative and favoured laissez-faire economics. He managed to restore faith in the White House after the scandals surrounding Warren G. Harding's administration, and left with much popularty. He was often seen as representing the middle class and interpreting what they wanted. He pre…
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Vice-president Calvin Coolidge became president because President Harding died while on a speaking tour in the west.
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President Hoover did nothing to end the Great Depression, which continued well into the administration of Franklin Roosevelt; it is generally agreed by historians that while Roosevelt's New Deal did help to end the Great Depression, it was really WW II which ended it.
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Yes , he had a sister who died at age 15.
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Coolidge was the 30th president of the United States. He balanced the budget, did not interfere with corporate investment, and limited the federal government's powers. This created prosperity eroded by Hoover's turn to Big Government,and exacerbated by Roosevelt's social centralization of power.
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Calvin Coolidge is noted for this quote. Washington, Polk, Hayes, Lyndon Johnson, Harry Truman and Theodore Roosevelt in 1908 chose not to run but said so in different words.
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Coolidge finished out Harding's term and was elected to another term. All told he served for about five years and seven months.
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President Coolidge was known for being taciturn (means "reserved or uncommunicative in speech; saying little"). He was reserved and had a quiet nature. He spoke very rarely and chose his words very carefully whenever he spoke.
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being president
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Calvin Coolidge died at the age of 60.
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Walking, fishing, riding and riding a mechanical horse, and trapshooting were his hobbies
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He was the vice-president when President Harding died. Besides finishing Harding's term he was elected to a term of his own.
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he forced the officials involved in the scandals to resign
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I think you mean Warren Harding -- certainly not Calvin Coolidge.
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Coolidge was 51 years old in August of 1923 when he became President due to the death of Harding. Coolidge was born on July 4,1872,
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He was 60 years old when he died.
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Calvin Coolidge died on January 5, 1933.
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President Calvin Coolidge served two terms and killed his mother at the age of 4
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Events during the Coolidge Administration Immigration Act of 1924 - reduced immigration quotas, particularly the numbers allowed from Eastern Europe and Italy. Revenue Acts of 1924 and 1926 sharply reduced income and inheritance taxes. Air Commerce Act- 1926 -paved the way for governing commercial …
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His father, John Coolidge, swore in him the first time when Harding died suddenly and he was visiting at home. Chief Justice William Howard Taft swore in him the second time in 1925 when he began a term of his own.
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Calvin had blue eyes
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Red and gray as he got older.
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His High School was the Black River Academy close to Ludlow, Vermont but spent his last bit of High School at St. Johnsbury Academy in St. Johnsbury, Vermont due to their close connection with Amherst. He graduated from Amherst College in 1895. He studied law at a law office in Northampton, Mass an…
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Keep cool with Coolidge
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Calvin was known for being the exact opposite of his wife grace Anna goodhue. He was also the shyest president yet.
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Yes, he was.
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Coolidge was a Republican.
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Coolidge grew up in relatively rural Vermont where his father was locally prominent as a storekeeper and farmer. Young Calvin did his part with the farm work, plowing, planting, chopping wood and picking fruit. He helped to collect sap fo make maple syrup. His father was a state legislator and would…
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John John Calvin Coolidge Jr (July 4, 1872 - January 5, 1933) was the 30th President of the United States (1923-1929).
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three important issues during Calvin Coolidge time is gay marridge animal abbuse and people pooing on his lawn
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From August 3, 1923 to 1928
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keep cool with Coolidge
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Calvin Coolidge failed as presidency through growing the consumer credit. This led to high inflation and drove prices up. He also did not help farmers when faced with natural disasters.
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Her name was Grace Anna Goodhue Coolidge (January 3, 1879 - July 8, 1957) She was a lip-reading instructor at a school for the deaf when she met Calvin. The Coolidges were married October 4, 1905 and had two sons.
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Being elected President of the United States in 1924 was probably his greatest achievement.
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No, Coolidge had no African ancestors.
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Calvin Coolidge was governer in 1918
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President Calvin Coolidge believed in less government. He was important because he approved legislation which helped to promote the growth of radio and the aviation industry.
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Laissez-faire a
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Ulysses S. Grant was the President when Coolidge was born in 1872.
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Calvin Coolidge
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He was 52 when he was elected President in 1924.
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i will fight for you america
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Calvin Coolidge was the 30th President of the United States, serving from August 2, 1923 to March 4, 1929. Coolidge was a member of the Republican Party. He was married once, and had two children.
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He father, John Coolidge, swore in him the first time when Harding died suddenly and he was visiting at home. Chief Justice William Howard Taft swore in him the second time in 1925 when he began a term of his own.
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Yes- they were John Coolidge and Calvin Coolidge JR.
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