Category: US President
Warren G. Harding (1865–1923)
Warren G. Harding, the twenty-ninth President of the United States, was born on 2nd of November in 1865 in Blooming Grove, Ohio. Being a Republican from Ohio, Warren G. Harding served the country as president from 1921 to 1923. Warren G. Harding also worked in the Ohio Senate and later, served in the U.S. Senate, where his contribution was insignificant.
Warren G. Harding sustained to study the newspaper and printing trade as a college learner at the Ohio Central College in Iberia. Simultaneously, Warren G. Harding served at the Mount Gilead Union Register. Warren G. Harding turned into a skillful public speaker in the college, and in 1882, he got his graduation when he was 17 years old with a degree in Bachelor of Science. As a youth, Warren G. Harding had become a talented cornet player and played in different bands.
Warren G. Harding was elected as an inoffensive negotiation candidate through the Republican Party meeting near deadlock in the 1920 election.Warren G. Harding introduced foremost advertising specialists on board, particularly Albert Lasker, to advertise his presidential manifestation and traditional promises. Warren G. Harding promised the United States a return to normalcy, following the First World War, with an end to radicalism and violence, a physically powerful economy, and liberty from European intrigues.
Warren G. Harding embodied the traditional wing of his party against progressive adherents of the late President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt and Robert M. La Follette, Sr., the U.S. Senator. Warren G. Harding overpowered James M. Cox, the associate Ohio daily publisher and Democrat, with the leading popular vote landslide in the history of the presidential election.
The cabinet of Warren G. Harding incorporated Andrew Mellon, an American businessman and banker, at the Treasury, a specialized mining engineer, Herbert Hoover at Trade, and Charles Evans Hughes, an American lawyer and statesman, at the State Department.Warren G. Harding rewarded contributors and friends, called the "Ohio Group", with commanding government positions. Manifold cases of bribery were uncovered during the presidential term of Warren G. Harding and after his bereavement, including the infamous Teapot Dome humiliation, considered in the pre-Watergate era as the maximum and most sensational dishonor in the American politics history.
warren G. Harding domestically approved the first federal child wellbeing program, and coped with the striking railroad and mining workers, partly by supporting an eight-hour working hours per day.Warren G. Harding formed the Bureau of the Budget to set up the first federal budget of the United States. Warren G. Harding supported an anti-killing bill to control violence in opposition to African Americans, but it was unsuccessful to pass Congress. In overseas affairs, Warren G. Harding rejected the League of Nations and discussed peace treaties with Austria and Germany. His record foreign policy accomplishment came in the 1921–22 Washington Naval Conference, in which the chief naval powers of the world agreed on a naval restriction program, which held swung for a decade.
Warren G. Harding abruptly collapsed in August 1923 and he expired in California. The several scandals of the administration of Warren G. Harding have earned him a bottom-tier status from historians. However, in recent times, there has been some credit of his economic responsibility and support of African-American social rights. Warren G. Harding has been observed as a more contemporary politician who cuddled technology and was responsive to the difficulties of minorities, labor, and women.