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elected vice president and succeeded as 30th President of the United States when Harding died in 1923 (1872-1933)

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Much of the battle waged on social media, where people who don't live in Coolidge argued over the policy.
The $20,000 Coolidge Prize will be awarded to the author for a submission of up to three published articles or blog posts of fewer than 800 words each.
In 1924, President Calvin Coolidge was nominated for a term of office in his own right at the Republican national convention in Cleveland.
Coolidge fares only slightly better, positioned in the bottom quartile of the same surveys (Denson 2001, 5-6).
And while the journey through Coolidge can be dull at times, Shlaes demonstrates that there's something to be said for boring chief executives.
Coolidge, a Massachusetts governor who had gained a national reputation by facing down a Boston police strike--"There is no right to strike against the public safety by anybody, anywhere, any time," he had declared--was chosen to be Harding's running mate.
After rising through the ranks of Massachusetts politics (while governor, he broke a policeman's strike in Boston, winning praise from constituents in the throes of the Red Scare), Coolidge took office in 1923 upon the death of Warren G.
Convinced that undergraduate students loved statistics, they just did not know it yet, Coolidge (U.
So say psychologist Coolidge and archaeologist Wynn, who boldly transform studies of stones, bones and molecules into educated guesstimates about Neandertal thinking and personality.
Most recently, Coolidge served as vice president, real estate and development at Hyatt Hotels Corporation.
After graduating, she took a teaching position at the Clarke School for the Deaf in Northampton, Massachusetts, and it was in Northampton that she met Calvin Coolidge, then a lawyer with a modest legal practice who hoped to launch a political career.
Coolidge, Asolo Rep artistic producing director Michael Donald Edwards, Argus Foundation director Kerry Kirschner, comedian Les McCurdy and arts critic Richard Storm--and the panel moderator, our own Bob Plunket, threw in a few suggestions of his own.
It took me a long time to find out who Coolidge was, but I finally tracked down the origin of the phrase to an apocryphal anecdote about an American president.