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Herbert Hoover

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Herbert Hoover was the 31st President of the United States and served from March 4, 1929 to March 4, 1933.
 Hoover became an orphan at age nine.    He was a self-made multi-millionaire.     Hoover helped save millions from starvation after two world  wars.       
In many's opinion, he was a good man and a great mover of  humanitarian aid around the world but was not a great president.
because he got the most votes
Herbert Hoover is a former President of the United States. He was a  Quaker . He was also a mining engineer and ran his own company.
One of the first things President Hoover did to combat the effects  of The Great Depression was to try to get the Federal Reserve Act  repealed. The Federal Reserve Act set limits on how much money the  Reserve could release into the economy.
Herbert Hoover was born in West Branch, Iowa, but its was last known that he was residing and died in New York, New York:)
Hoover was the head of the U.S. Food Administration, which handed out aid to war ravished nations
Herbert Hoover was the U. S. Food Administrator during World War Two and was also in Peking during the Boxer Rebellion, but no war occurred during his presidency.
  Hoover did not believe it was the job of the national government to provide direct relief to those in need. That was the job of private charities, churches, and the state and local governments. He did believe in economic stimulus by providing aid to the banks, railroads, and corporations that...
At first President Poover tried to organize national optimism by  summoning business execs to DC to declare that conditions were  sound and that there would not be wage cutting. When that did not  work (stop the depression), he became inactive for a while,  trusting to the idea that it all would...
Before he became known for his humanitarian efforts on the international stage, Hoover was an engineer.He received a degree in engineering and built his fortune as an engineer.
He was born in West Branch, Iowa
With the economy booming, public support for the Republican Party remained strong. When President Coolidge decided not to run for Re-Election in 1928, the party chose his secretary of commerce, Herbert Hoover, as its nominee.
He said slavery was wrong and should stop.
Hoover had straight brown hair.
yes he is on the front
Herbert Hoover never really had one home. he traveled the world as consulting mining engineer . However when they were not traveling Herbert Hoover lived in London. He also lived on the Stanford University campus where he had once been a student, for several years. His house on campus is now the...
because he believed in laissez-faire which meant that the government doesnt interfere with public affairs
While not believing in charity by the government, Hoover did try and help the economic mess that began during his administration. He gave much of his money to charity and encouraged Americans to do the same. He broke with Republicans and did away with the taxes that had been placed on citizens...
Herbert Hoover is best known as the 31st president of the United  States. He was in office during part of the Great Depression.
Yes there was. I once seen a fim of the massacre ordered by Hoover. I am looking for the Archive film. ___ In 1932 military Veterans and their families marched on Washington in what became known as the Bonus Protests. They wanted Congress to pass the Bonus Bill which would pay the Vets an adjusted...
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He sent the U.S. army to chase them out of Washington D.C.
Anyone who rises to the position of President of the United States has to have lots of friends, allies, and, unfortunately, enemies.
Contrary to the popular thought, Hoover didn't accept any payment at all whilst in office, but he believed that the economy would fix itself and he also didn't want the gov't do everything for the people or they would become dependant on it. FDR created work programs and got people moving. He also...
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When told that Admiral Strauss had come to pay him a visit, Hoover said "Levi Strauss was one of my best friends."
They were named after President Hoover because the American people blamed president hoover for their poverty and his lack of involvement
i dont know i need help with it
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Hoover ran for president in 1928 and again in 1932.
YES Herbert Hoover had a crocodile named Swampy and a bear named  Claws
correct answer is 0. It was a round office
Herbert Hoover had a few jobs before becoming the 31st president of  the United States. He was involved in many different humanitarian  works and involved in the Secretary of Commerce.
Hoover was defeated in his bid for re-election in 1932 due to a bad economy and a clever campaign by his Democrat opponent, Franklin Roosevelt.
There were 48 states, each with its own governor. Pick a state.
Herbert Hoover was not impeached. The only two presidents that were impeached are Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton.
Hoover did NOT help! He tried to bail out banks and big business, and landed the US in a lengthy and painful depression. The Federal Reserve Bank was also a big culprit in bringing on the Great Depression.
He died of massive internal bleeding on October 20, 1964, at age 90  in New York City, New York.
Yes, he was -- twice, his second wife being Nancy Miller.
  The Secretary Of State under Herbert Hoover was Frank B. Kellogg, but he was soon replaced in Hoover's first year in office by Henry L. Stimson, who became famous for suggesting sanctions against Japan for its aggression in Manchuria during the 1930s.
  Did president hoover donate his salary to charity? The answer is yes. I sware its true.   Written by joey
      Mr. Hoover (the first civilian test pilot to exceed Mach 1; NOT the U.S. President) flew out of Muroc Flight Test Center (1948), which was within what is now known as Edwards AFB, in California's Antelope Valley near the border between Kern and Los Angeles Counties.     It...
The government purchased surplus crops from farmers. A+
Well It Is Confusing But Franklin D Roosevelt And Herbert Hoover were Apparently Both Running During The Great Depression Or As They Called It "Falling On Hard Times"..-Gabby Fowler 9th Grade.
Herbert hoover did not die while he was in office. He died many years later at the age of 90, from internal bleeding.
John Calvin Coolidge was the president just before Hoover. John Calvin Coolidge Jr the 30th President of the United States.
he told the miltitary to kick them out but they would move.
He feared people would use alcohol to escape economic woes
Because He was against direct federal relief for the unemployed.
Herbert Hoover's symbol was a wild rose because he was from the state of Iowa.
His degree at Stanford was in geology.
I might not be right but I do remember something about president hoover creating the federal farm board to raise the prices on farm goods. I may be wrong though it was a long time ago
he died of internal bleeding
While not believing in charity by the government, Hoover did try and help the economic mess that began during his administration. He gave much of his money to charity and encouraged Americans to do the same. He broke with Republicans and did away with the taxes that had been placed on citizens...
  he was famous for relif administrations HERBRT HOOVER ROCKS
Because of his insensitivity toward the people during the great depression. He felt it wasn't the governments job to help those who were in need.
On "Black Tuesday", October 29, 1929. The day Dow Jones crashed.
Yes he did-- he had several dogs: Here's the list: King Tut Pat Big Ben and Sonnie GlenYukonan PatrickEaglehurst GilletteWeejie
He defeated Democrat Alfred E. Smith, New York governor, in 1928and lost to Franklin Roosevelt in 1932.
Hoover believed in a balanced budget and not pumping government money into the economy. He believed in "rugged individualism" and relied on the individual, the churches and private charities, and the local and state governments to handle most of the economic help that was needed.
FDR liked big government. He thought the federal government should play a role in virtually every aspect of life in the US . He was not particularly concerned with balancing the budget or constitutional niceties. He was not afraid to get the US involved in European conflicts. Hoover was more...
Just off the I-80 in West Branch, Iowa.
  He was a member of the Republican party.
Herbet Hoover and FDR were very different. Hoover felt that it wasn't the government's obligation to help the poor. However, FDR was all about getting involved and helping (which led to his creation of The New Deal). Hoover was all about a hands-off government where FDR was hands on. Hoover blamed...
31st President: Herbert Hoover (Republican)  (August 10, 1874 - October 20, 1964)   Term: March 4, 1929 - March 4, 1933    Background: Herbert Clark Hoover was born on August 10, 1874, in  West Branch, Iowa, and was the first president to be born west of  the Mississippi River. His father...
March 4, 1933 was Hoover's last day as President.
Because of his conservative beliefs, Hoover thought that it was the people's problem, not the governments. Therefore, he did not do anything to help. The country was astounded by what he did (or didn't do). People were struggling as unemployment dropped 25%, and so were farmers considering crop...
Andrew W. Mellon and Ogden L. Mills (his last year of presidency)