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Warren G. (Warren Gamaleil) Harding 1865-1923
In this quintessential campaign speech, Harding lamented the nation’s lost opportunity for world moral leadership after the World War I, and states his intent to regain it. He also declares that the nation should stay the course and not join the internationalists in their desire to establish membership in the League of Nations.
National characteristics, American, United States -- Civilization -- 1918-1945, United States -- Social conditions -- 1918-1932, United States -- Politics and government -- 1921-1923
Miller Center of Public Affairs
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