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Answered 2016-11-20 05:31:15

Yes, he had just completed the term of Warren G. Harding (who died in office in 1923), but in 1924, Coolidge won a full term as president. What was interesting about the 1924 campaign was it was the first to be partially conducted by radio, which was still a new and growing mass medium. A number of candidates (Coolidge among them) spoke over the airwaves, reaching millions of potential voters.

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Answered 2017-02-08 03:28:22

Yes. Coolidge won another term in 1924.

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