William Howard Taft

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Noun1.William Howard Taft - 27th President of the United States and later chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1857-1930)William Howard Taft - 27th President of the United States and later chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1857-1930)
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"I am extremely sorry my mission to Massachusetts is unpleasant," William Howard Taft said in that campaign appearance on April 25, 1912.
Bookended by the progressive giants Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, William Howard Taft is most commonly remembered for his immense girth and for the large bathtub he installed in the White House.
Thus Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and Woodrow Wilson had great opportunities but inherited "no set script" (p.
Among the notable Americans buried here are Presidents William Howard Taft and John F.
The coyote has too many political enemies, and the average Newfie is a canine William Howard Taft on the scales and has too much hair.
President William Howard Taft served on the Supreme Court after he lost his bid for a second term to Woodrow Wilson.
"Presidents come and go," said William Howard Taft, "but the Supreme Court goes on forever." Taft, the 27th President and the 10th Chief Justice of the United States, is the only person in U.S.
Joseph McKenna was so incompetent at the end of his term that, in the words of his colleague William Howard Taft, he once "wrote an opinion deciding the case one way when there had been a unanimous vote the other, including his own." Taft stayed on the job a little too long himself: In 1930 Louis Brandeis wrote to Felix Frankfurter that their colleague "had really lost his grip."
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Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers, by William Howard Taft. With a foreword, introduction and notes by H.Jefferson Powell.
Morris brightens his descriptions and assessments of Roosevelt's official activities with colorful portraits of many of the president's contemporaries, from Elihu Root to William Howard Taft. But all of these characters are over-shadowed in Morris's pages by Roosevelt himself.

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