Warren G. Harding

Warren Gamaliel Harding was the 29th President of the United States. His presidential campaign, in the result of World War I; he promised a return to "normalcy"; an "America first" campaign that encouraged industrialization and a strong economy self-determining of foreign influence. Harding rejected the League of Nations, and signed a part peace treaty with Germany and Austria, formally ending World War I. Harding signed the first child welfare program in the United States and dealt with outstanding workers in the mining and railroad industries. He was death from a heart attack in 1923. The most recent Presidential rankings have had different lower results for President Harding. A 2008 study for The Times positioned Harding at number 34 and a 2009 C-SPAN survey ranked Harding at 38. In 2010, a Siena College survey of Presidential scholars placed Harding at 41.
November 2, 1865
Birth Place
Blooming Grove, Ohio
Birth Name
Warren Gamaliel Harding
Political party
Florence Kling Harding
Businessman (Newspapers)
August 2, 1923
Death Place
San Francisco, California

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