Facts about Warren Harding
Warren Harding was president of the United States from 1921 until his
sudden death in 1923.
erected to Warren Harding in Seattle to commemorate the site of
one of Harding's last public addresses.
Warren Harding (June 18, 1924–February 27, 2002) was one of the most
accomplished and influential American rock climbers of the 1950s to
Warren Harding was a popular president during his abbreviated term in
office, but never a truly beloved one.
1 Answer-quote- Warren Harding was the 29th President of
the United States, serving from 1921 until his death from a
Photographic portrait of Warren Harding, AL02708 "In the great
fulfillment we must have a citizenship less concerned about what the
government can do for it and more anxious about what it
Warren Harding was born in Corsica, Ohio on November 2, 1865. He was
the oldest out of eight children born to Phoebe Elizabeth Harding and
newspaper where young Warren Harding learned the basics of the
newspaper business. Harding's education was completed at Ohio Central
College in Iberia, Ohio .
Warren Harding campaigned for the presidency by meeting visiting
groups on his front porch in Marion, Ohio.
He was the first candidate to hire a speechwriter.
Warren Harding: One of Our Most Accomplished Presidents? (Human
The first lady of a tramp (The American Spectator)
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Warren Harding was the 29th President of the United States. He served
for just over two years and was the sixth president to die in office.
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see also: Warren Harding involvement in the KKK
The extent to which Harding engaged in extra-marital affairs is
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By 1920, World War I was over.
In 1916, Senator Warren Harding spoke at the Republican national
convention. It was June and the Republican's were looking for
something to improve their chances of winning the White House.
In Warren Harding’s era—the early 1900’s - Blacks in America
held stigmas of disgrace both physically and psychologically.
Background: Warren Harding came out of nowhere to seize the 1920
Republican Presidential nomination and go on to win the election.
Warren Harding headed a cabinet of notable men such as Charles Evans
Hughes, Andrew Mellon, Herbert Hoover and Secretary of the Interior
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United States, 1921-23
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atmosphere, Warren Harding quickly became one of the best-known party
Name of Wife - Warren Harding was married to Florence Kling Harding
Career of Warren Harding - Politician, Statesman
Member of Ohio State Senate, 1900-04
Lieutenant-Governor of Ohio,
Warren Harding brought a number of his Ohio cronies with him to
Washington. These men weren’t politicians or men interested in
Warren Harding's electoral success was based on his appearance,
essentially that he "looked like a president.
Warren Harding - from The American President
From the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of