Herbert Hoover


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Noun1.Herbert Hoover - 31st President of the United StatesHerbert Hoover - 31st President of the United States; in 1929 the stock market crashed and the economy collapsed and Hoover was defeated for reelection by Franklin Roosevelt (1874-1964)
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Trump instructed the Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney to accelerate the completion of repairs to Floridas Herbert Hoover Dike.
Critique: It can be arguably stated that Herbert Hoover is one of our most underappreciated Presidents, a man whose political and philosophical legacy was effectively suppressed by the advent of the Great Depression.
His publications include three volumes of a definitive, scholarly biography of Hoover and the monograph Herbert Hoover and Stanford University, as well as numerous articles in scholarly and popular journals.
So Ambassador Korologos decided to organize a program devoted to Herbert Hoover and Belgium.
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After losing to Herbert Hoover, Smith returned to New York City, where he maintained an active lifestyle in civics.
The Iowa City (Iowa) Community School District--has used presidential library resources to develop online curriculum projects, including an exhibit on the life and presidency of Herbert Hoover.
While Herbert Hoover and Harry Truman disagreed on many political issues, their commonalities in life experience were the basis of their friendship.
While looking at a photo of the first class of Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) practitioners, who had posed at the White House in 1932 with then-President Herbert Hoover, the two transportation experts discovered that both of their fathers were in the photo and therefore were likely to have known each other decades before their sons ever met.
Republican President Herbert Hoover stepped up federal construction and got business leaders to agree not to cut wages--for a while, But many Americans blamed Hoover for hard times anyway, using the nickname "Hooverville" for the new squatter shantytowns that sprang up across the land.
Strauss, a lifelong friend and trusted confidant of Herbert Hoover, offered a postmortem appraisal of the president's racial attitudes: "He appreciated talent.
Smith of New York, a forthright Catholic, was chosen the Democratic candidate to oppose President Herbert Hoover that the religious gauntlet was thrown.