Calvin Coolidge

Post Presidency

What writing did Coolidge do in his retirement?

No, Coolidge announced that he would not run for president in 1928. Instead, he supported his eventual successor, Herbert Hoover.

He wrote The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge (1929). He also wrote articles for several newspapers, such as The Saturday Evening Post. And he wrote a popular column titled “Calvin Coolidge Says” or “Thinking Things Over with Calvin Coolidge.”


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