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12 self test for quiz tomorrow - What are the similarities...

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What are the similarities and differences between Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover’s economic policies? All three presidents had a laissez-faire philosophy when it came to economics. Under Harding, the tea-pot affair occurred when one of his friends in office, Albert Fall, took control of oil reserves from the US navy. Coolidge believed that the welfare of the country lied on the people, not politicians. He decreased tax spending, and enacted the Revenue Act of 1926, which reduced estate taxes. Harding never had any children, and was a partier. He believed in the spoils system, and it is easies for the political machine to manipulate him. Herbert Hoover served as secretary of state under both Harding and Coolidge. He was the first millionaire the White House had seen. Although he graduated from Stanford, he started working at a mine to learn how the industry worked. He believed in the idea of associationalism, because it had worked for him in his own business. Associations would
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