Calvin Coolidge

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Childrens Press, 1988 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 98 pages
Opening with an interest-grabbing introduction, each biography brings out the character of the man -- his early life and its influence on his political aspirations, his election, important events (both good and bad) that occurred during his presidency, and life after his term in office (if applicable).

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Contents

Table of Contents
7
The Shy Vermonter
13
Up the Political Ladder
31
The Coolidge Luck
47
The Roaring Twenties
67
I Do Not Choose to Run
81
Chronology of American Historv
90
Index
99
Copyright

About the author (1988)

Kent received an English degree from St. Lawrence University. Following college, he worked at a New York City literary agency and then launched his writing career. He has published many books of history and biography for young people.

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