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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 brochure and fondness of a family man. His political career, local, state and national portray a man who respects offices by not diminishing those who occupied them. President Calvin Coolidge explains the duties of a president well while stressing how difficult it is to convey the burden and solemnity of the highest office in the land.
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Coolidge's autobiography was much more informative about his early life than his life in public office. In particular, I found his description of his presidency to be much less interesting than I had ...
SEEKING AN EDUCATION
THE LAW AND POLITICS
IN NATIONAL POLITICS
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