Calvin Coolidge, 30th president of the United States, was born July 4, 1872. Not exactly what you’d call the most likely to succeed, Coolidge was taciturn and withdrawn following a sad and sickly childhood. However, beyond his silent exterior was an honest and hardworking young man who graduated cum laude from Amherst University with a law degree. When Coolidge ran for office, people began to take notice. He was a person they could trust to work for their best interests — not special interests, but for the country and the economy as a whole.
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