Warren Harding


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29th President of the United States

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A demonstration of a MOOC-based course on Supply-side Economics: Taxation from Warren Harding to Ronald Reagan can be accessed at www.
Rather than pursuing bailouts, stimulus and Federal Reserve action, Warren Harding cut government spending nearly in half between 1920-22.
The Indiana-sized reserve, on the western side of the North Slope, was established in 1923 by President Warren Harding to provide fuel to the military.
President Warren Harding established the Indiana-sized reserve, on the western side of the North Slope, in 1923 to provide fuel to the military.
Tracing American history from the days of Warren Harding to the Second World War, this book provides insight into the politics of the time.
ALEXANDER Hamilton, Warren Harding, FDR, Ike, LBJ, Reps.
Johnson, Warren Harding, Millard Fillmore, Herbert Hoover, Calvin Coolidge, Barack Obama, Chester Arthur, Martin Van Buren, James Buchanan and George W.
After losing the race to climb the 'unclimbable' Half Dome peak in Yosemite in 1957, Californian Warren Harding set his sights on an even greater challenge: a direct line up the 1,000-metre granite cliff of El Capitan.
To the west is the 23-million-acre National Petroleum Reserve Alaska, created in 1923 by Warren Harding and by some estimates holding up to 15 billion barrels of oil.
Another president ranked consistently worse is Warren Harding, who was marred by a flood of personal and political scandals.
MARION, Ohio (AP) --An Ohio college plans to take over management of the home and tomb of Warren Harding, America's 29th president.
The setlist spans his career from 1967 debut Bedsitter Images to 1996 album track The Coldest Winter In Memory, taking in fan favourites like Last Days Of The Century, Carol and Warren Harding.
The tournament's name honours President Warren Harding, an avid golfer who had died on a visit to the the city two years before the course was first used.