Condensed Version of The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History by Thomas E. Woods, Jr. Regnery Publishing, Inc. 270 p.
Compiled and Edited by
Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume
Chapter 10: The Misunderstood Twenties
It is no surprise that Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge usually wind up near the bottom of presidential rankings by historians. Neither of them implemented a large-scale social engineering program nor did they involve the country in a foreign war. Most historians favor government activism with regard to “social justice” and think little of those who simply leave the American people alone.
America prospered during the 1920s.
Voting for the anti-Wilson
The Republicans nominated Harding in 1920 because he was not like Wilson. He had no grandiose plans or desire to strengthen and enlarge the office. In the area of foreign affairs, he favored a modest and independent course. He sought to avoid entanglements and desired…
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