warren gamaliel harding

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born Nov. 2, 1865, Caledonia, Ohio, U.S. died Aug. 2, 1923, San Francisco, Calif. 29th president of the U.S. (1921-23). He became a newspaper publisher in Marion, Ohio, where he was allied with the Republican Party's political machine. He served successively as state senator (1899-1902), lieutenant governor (1903-04), and U.S. senator (1915-21), supporting conservative policies. At the deadlocked 1920 Republican presidential convention, he was chosen as the compromise candidate. Pledging a "return to normalcy" after World War I, he defeated James Cox with more than 60% of the popular vote, the largest margin to that time. On his recommendation, Congress established a budget system for the federal government, passed a high protective tariff, revised wartime taxes, and restricted immigration. His administration convened the Washington Conference (1921-22). His ill-advised cabinet appointments, including Albert Fall as secretary of the interior, led to the Teapot Dome scandal and earned his administration a reputation for corruption. After a vacation in Alaska in mid-June 1923, he arrived in San Francisco reportedly suffering from food poisoning and other ailments; he died there under unclear circumstances. He was succeeded by his vice president, Calvin Coolidge
(1865-1923) 29th president of the United States (1921-1923)
Warren Harding
the twenty-ninth president of the US, from 1921 to 1923 (1865-1923)
warren gamaliel harding