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  1. During Coolidge's term in office, the United States continued to maintain a strong presence and assert influence in Latin America. Direct investments, which rose from $1.26 billion in 1920 to $3.52 billion in 1928, inextricably tied the economies of those countries to America.

  2. 24/08/2021 · President Coolidge signing the Kellogg-Briand Pact into law on January 17, 1929, after Senate ratification. Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress. Unwilling to put the United States in a position where it may have to go to war to defend an ally, Kellogg responded with an equally appealing counteroffer.

  3. Coolidge's net vote totals in the twelve largest cities were less than Harding's with Coolidge only receiving 1,308,000 compared to Harding's 1,540,000. [6] The inroads of the La Follette candidacy upon the Democratic Party were in areas where Democratic county majorities had been infrequent in the Fourth Party System.

  4. The United States had been interested in Hawaii for most of the nineteenth century because of the islands’ location between North America and Asia. Travelling from the Atlantic coast of the United States around the tip of South America, the first American merchant ship reached China in 1784.

  5. The Kellogg-Briand pact was a. ... Calvin Coolidge believe that government ought to. ... The stock market boom of 1928 in the first half of 1929 was characterized by.

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