President Harding

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Noun1.President Harding - 29th President of the United StatesPresident Harding - 29th President of the United States; two of his appointees were involved in the Teapot Dome scandal (1865-1823)
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It details how President Warren G. Harding founded the US Veterans Bureau (now known as the Department of Veterans Affairs) in 1921 and appointed his friend Colonel Charles R.
Dean Albertson, a professor of history at the University of Massachusetts, was the first scholar granted access to the long closely guarded Warren G. Harding Papers.
If the real record of President Warren G. Harding were allowed to become the standard interpretation, he would be listed among our best presidents instead of one of our worst.
Washington, July 9 ( ANI ): The former President of the United States (U.S.) Warren G. Harding carried on a sensational correspondence with his mistress in a selection of love letters, it has been revealed.
In 1920, the Republican national convention, meeting in Chicago, nominated Warren G. Harding for president on the tenth ballot; Calvin Coolidge was nominated for vice president.
SCAN THE PRESIDENTIAL rankings historians and pundits produce, and you'll find one consistent bottom feeder: Warren G. Harding. The Teapot Dome scandal and other instances of corruption badly damaged the reputation of the onetime newspaper publisher and Republican senator from Ohio.
Sibley, in First Lady Florence Harding: Behind the Tragedy and Controversy, has tackled the difficult task of writing an honest biography of Florence Harding, the wife of Warren G. Harding, as part of the Modern First Ladies series.
Dead last; the public memory of Warren G. Harding's scandalous legacy.
Laton McCartney writes a novel-like history of the scandal that forever linked Warren G. Harding with the fraudulent schemes of Big Oil.
This book is a collection of essays, originally published elsewhere, that takes an insider's approach to understanding the presidential legacies of Woodrow Wilson, Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, and Harry S.
While this study encompasses the administrations of Woodrow Wilson, Warren G. Harding and Calvin Coolidge, it is undoubtedly the first who is the most interesting character in the book.
Warren G. Harding promised that he would lead a "Return to Normalcy." Coming not quite two years after the armistice that ended the Great War's hostilities, the nation leapt at the notion.