President Hoover


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Noun1.President Hoover - 31st President of the United StatesPresident 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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Most importantly, the book documents how Revisionist Zionists persuaded prominent Republicans, including former president Hoover, to join them in pressing for U.
President Hoover was an 'Uncommon Man', and a great humanitarian.
Few economists, mainstream, Austrian, or otherwise, can expect a great deal of sympathy for furnishing a defense of the economic policies of President Hoover.
The Herbert Hoover award was introduced in 1961, inspired by industry and government campaigns that President Hoover led to deliver food relief to victims of the Boxer Rebellion, World War I and the Great Depression.
Meanwhile, a member of the White House staff tiptoed into the room where the Christmas party was going on and informed President Hoover of the fire.
We had already heard of similar places in Chicago: they were called 'Hoovervilles', after President Hoover.
Former President Hoover said, "When you are sick, you want an uncommon, good doctor.
Unfortunately, many outside our profession have little appreciation for it, and some are even antagonistic, placing the blame for many of the ills of society on "technology" and "technologists," and remember President Hoover as the man who caused the Great Depression (although in her very readable book, The Forgotten Man, author Amity Shlaes refutes that misguided idea).
In his book, Woods shows that President Hoover initiated the completely opposite response at the outset of the Great Depression, an array of government actions that were then doubled or even tripled by President Roosevelt.
For instance, US President Hoover and his dam, Hitler and his autobahns - both schemes had a positive effect on unemployment.
So President Hoover coined a new word to describe the problems the nation faced immediately following the stock market crash in 1929.