Calvin Coolidge


Many years after Coolidge’s death, which president honored Coolidge by putting his portrait in the White House?

President Ronald Reagan removed a portrait of President Harry Truman and replaced it with one of Calvin Coolidge. Reagan admired Coolidge’s stance on reducing the size and involvement of the federal government in American’s day-to-day lives and his policies favoring business and reducing taxes.


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