Results for: Normalcy

In World War 1

Promised a return to normalcy?

It was Warren G. Harding who promised a 'return to normalcy' duringhis presidential campaign. Harding served as the 29th President ofthe United States.
In World War 1

Who said return to normalcy?

Warren G. Harding said return to normalcy. He said this whilecampaigning to the United States President. He was elected as the29th President and served from 1921 until his dea (MORE)
In World War 1

Return to normalcy speech?

Return to normalcy was a campaign promise from Warren G. Harding inthe election of 1920. The goal was to return to the way life wasbefore World War I.
In US Presidents

Who coined normalcy?

"A return to normalcy " (i.e. a return to the way of life before) was candidate Warren G. Harding's campaign promise in the 1920 presidential election.
In World War 1

Is normalcy really a word?

It is a legitimate word. If it did not exist before the Return to Normalcy, it was added to the English language afterward. Today, the word "normality" would probably be used (MORE)
In US Presidents

President Harding's program of normalcy?

To Harding, normalcy meant a return to life as it was before WorldWar I. One thing he did was to make sure that the US was notinvolved in the League of Nations, which he felt (MORE)
In Literature & Language

Is normalsy or normalcy a word?

Yes, it is a word. It's spelled normalcy and means the state of being normal; being as expected. 'It's been great having our friends stay for a few days, but it's good to g (MORE)
In English Spelling and Pronunciation

What is correct normalcy or normality?

Well "normalcy" has become accepted, 90 years after Warren Harding - while still a Senator - was ridiculed for using it instead of "normality." Most US dictionaries now consid (MORE)
In Uncategorized

Why did Americans appeal to normalcy?

Most Americans wanted to return to simpler times, to what life had been like before the shock of war. Harding's slogan of 'normalcy' was a powerful idea as it means to return (MORE)