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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.
No, before running for President in 1928 he served as Commerce Secretary in the Cabinets of Presidents Harding and Coolidge.
  he had a penguin
When President Hoover ordered that the Bonus Army be dispersed in1932, his public image was damaged. Hoover ordered that WW1veterans, who were protesting outside federal buildings inWashington, DC be removed by soldiers of the Army. These protestingveterans were called the Bonus Army because they...
He graduated from Stanford University in 1895 with a degree in  geology. He entered college at 17 after taking some college prep  courses at Palo Alto. He never finished high school. He went to  high school at Friends Pacific Academy in Newberg, Oregon and the  West Branch Free School in Iowa.
On Feb. 10, 1899, Hoover married his college  sweetheart, Lou Henry; they had two sons, Herbert, Jr., and Allan.
The Great Depression began in October of 1929 and ended in December of 1941.
No, Herbert Hoover ran for President in 1928 and 1932. RonaldReagan ran in 1980 and 1984.
  The stock market crash (1929) that began the Great Depression.
President Herbert Hoover was born in West Branch, Iowa, on August  10, 1874. He was the 31st President of the United States.
== Finance public works programs ==     ANSWER     He set up the Reconstruction Finance Corp. to bring federal aid to hard pressed banks and businesses. Just as it seemed that this might work and that recovery was at hand, in the winter of 1932-33 the banking system in America went...
  Differences:   Herbert Hoover   Republican belief in laissez faire, small government, no government intervention high tariff, balanced budget cutting taxes isolationist inflexible, slow to change economic law is natural law, belief in boom+bust cycle no direct aid, relief as it...
the school named west branch iowa
While the voters in 1932 blamed Hoover and his policies for causing the Great Depression, he had a remarkable career as a public servant and politician. During World War I he helped rescue Americans stranded in Europe (he had made his millions in mining by the time he was 40), and helped supply food...
i think that herbert hoover was most likely good at polotics, because why else would he be a president? herbert hoover did polotics, and math the best.
Hoover saw unparalled prosperity across the country
Hoover lived at West Branch, Iowa ujtil his mother died when he was  9. He then lived in Newberg, Oregon with his uncle.
He could not even if he wanted to. Changes are made by the Congress and only by them. The president must then sign off. Hoover was the director of the FBI and had no power to do any changes.
He created many things such as the creek of Wontan Bay and tried to jump-start the economy. He also approved the making and selling of Chicken Fried Rice and Wonton soup.
No. Both of his sons have been dead for more than 10 years.  Herbert, Jr died in 1969, while Allan Hoover died in 1993.
There are many factors that contributed to the economic disaster of the Great Depression; so blaming one man for it is certainly unfair. Hoover might however be criticized for his attempts at economic recovery which were largely ineffective by most assessments, compared to the efforts of his...
During hard times, most people blame whoever's in charge. Hoover was president during the great depression, so people named their slums after him.
No. Here are the presidents who owned slaves:    George Washington  Thomas Jefferson  James Madison  Andrew Jackson  James Polk  Zachary Taylor 
he believed the government shouldn't help because it would force some poeple to rely on the government for survival and take advantage of the unemployment bills.
Personal info: Herbert hoover was the 31st president of the United States. He was blamed for the stock market crash. Hoover did not get along with Roosevelt when they were running against each other for presidency. The Hoover dam is named after him. He traveled around the world five times in five...
No, President Hoover was president long before World War 2. He did not serve any presidential terms during any wars. His term of service was during the interwar years of March 4, 1929 - March 4, 1933.
President Herbert Hoover His full name is, Herbert Clark Hoover
He was president because the people thought he could help them through their hard times (He was president from 1929-1933.)
Hoover was elected president in 1928 and ran again in 1932.
YES he was very nice
A chicken in every pot and a car in every backyard.
Hoover was Secretary of Commerce for 8 years under Harding andCoolidge. This was his only experience in Washington. He never heldany elected office before he was elected President.
Herbert Clark Hoover was the U.S. Commerce Secretary in theCabinets of Presidents Harding and Coolidge. After PresidentCoolidge announced that he would not be running for a second fullterm, the Republican Party nominated Hoover to run in the 1928presidential election. He beat Democratic New York...
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...
Hoover served one complete four-year term.
No he was not assassinated . He died Oct. 20, 1964 in New York. He was 90 at time of death.
Herbert was sent to live with his uncle, Dr. Henry Minthorn, in Oregon, following the death of his parents.
President Hubert Hoover expected the Reconstruction Finance  Corporation to energize the economy and help the stock market poll  out of its downturn. The Corporation was a huge disappointment.
he promised that no person would be poor.
yes he played hover ball ever morning but one for 30 min
Hoover helped organize the return of around 120,000 Americans from Europe when war broke out in 1914. He organized a program to collect millions of tons of food and transport it to Belgium which was being literally starved by the German blockade. Later he managed the collection and distribution of...
Herbert believed in the Constitution and tried to enforce the laws  made by Congress, including immigration law. Illegal aliens were  deported according to the law by his administration.
A Hooverville was a run-down town built by homeless people during the Great Depression. AND The men have concluded that President Hoover's speech was not reflecting what was really happening at that point in time. His speech gave the impression that there was no poverty, no 'Depression at all'. That...
The big thing that happened while Herbert Hoover was in office was that the stock market crashed. That kicked off the depression. Hoover didn't know how to deal with it. He tried to raise taxes which made matters worse. Then Roosevelt came along and made matters even worse than Hoover. The...
He was not able to find a solution for the recession.
The great depression and stock market crashes
He believed not to interfere with peoples money problems. Its different because he was against the government having help with THIER companies.