The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge

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Cosmopolitan Book Corporation, 1929 - Presidents - 246 pages
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In the classic "Silent Cal" vein, his autobiography is concise, easily read yet speaks volumes. Never one to pass up a chance to teach, his childhood is explained with the vividness of a travel ... Read full review

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User Review  - Howard Spinner - Goodreads

This is more of a simple philosophical book on Puritan life in New England than an autobiography. Coolidge hardly mentions any legislative accomplishments, but the insight into his humor and ... Read full review

Contents

SEEKING AN EDUCATION
35
THE LAW AND POLITICS
81
IN NATIONAL POLITICS
139
Copyright

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