What best describes the U.S. economy during Calvin Coolidge's administration?
There was a great deal of prosperity as businesses grew, but some people still struggled financially
577 including me I am related to his cousin =========================== The above anonymous answer may be correct, but I have some doubts, The funeral took place in January, 1933 and was held in Coolidge's home church, Edwards Congregational in Northampton. President Hoover and other dignitaries came. I expect the church was packed and others waited outside. I do not know how many could get inside the church.
In "The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge" (1929) on page 14 Coolidge describes his grandfather, Calvin Galusha Coolidge. "His mother and her family showed a marked trace of Indian blood. I never saw her but he took me one time to see her sister, his very aged aunt, whom we found sitting in the chimney corner smoking a clay pipe." Calvin Coolidge's father and the president's eldest son "look" to be Native American. Jim Cooke www,crankyyankees.net
Calvin Coolidge, after taking office in 1923, kept most of the policies created under the Harding administration. He intentionally only worked about four hours a day. He believed the government that governed least, governed best. To be fair, the decade of the 1920s is called an era of prosperity. This is because even after some mild economic bumps, the economy recovered rapidly. Unemployment was generally low and quality of living was up. Soon, the economy…