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A Look Back on the Coolidge Presidency Calvin Coolidge became the 30th President of the United States of America after the abrupt death of Warren G Harding Many historians look at the Coolidge presidency as one that had no initiative He is often dismissed as a political naf simpleton and lazy misfit a relic from the nineteenth century whose administration set the stage for the Great Depression Sobel 3 Despite of what historians think Coolidge put our country on pace of becoming the most powerful country in the world through business Although he is blamed for the Great Depression he changed the American outlook on economy forever Coolidges political philosophy was something that he never changed all throughout his political career Many remarked that Coolidge was a clever and astute politician but he was also a teacher of morals and ethics who believed in the innate goodness of mankind which had been corrupted by government and other external forces Part of that morality was a denial of materialism a central component of Garmans philosophy to which Coolidge adhered for the rest of his life--- which might surprise those who consider him a philistine Sobel 120 Mr Coolidges genius for inactivity is developed to a very high point It is far from being an indolent activity It is a grim determined alert inactivity which keeps Mr Coolidge occupied constantly Nobody has ever worked harder at inactivity with such force of character with such unremitting attention to detail with such conscientious devotion to the task Inactivity is a political philosophy and a party program with Mr Coolidge and nobody should mistake his unflinching adherence to it for a soft and easy desire to let
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