Coolidge: An American Enigma
Robert Sobel discussed his biography, Coolidge: An American Enigma, published by Westview Press. The book contradicts the picture of President Calvin Coolidge as a silent, do-nothing leader, showing his tax cuts and budget surpluses, and the respect he engendered in the 1920s for his upstanding character. close
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