Calvin Coolidge

Born: July 4th, 1872
Died: January 5th, 1933 (Age: 60)

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Calvin Coolidge was the 30th President of the United States, serving from 1923 to 1929. He was known for his conservative economic policies and his "small government" approach to governance. Coolidge was a proponent of limited government intervention in the economy and believed in the power of individual enterprise and self-reliance. He also believed in the importance of traditional American values such as hard work, thrift, and self-discipline. During his presidency, Coolidge oversaw a period of economic prosperity and saw the country through a period of rapid technological advancement. Despite his popularity, Coolidge was criticized for his lack of charisma and his tendency to be aloof and distant from the public. Despite these criticisms, Coolidge remains a significant figure in American history and is remembered for his commitment to limited government and individual freedom.