Warren G. Harding's 1921 Inaugural Address

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On March 4, 1921, Warren G. Harding became the 29th President of the United States and delivered his inaugural address. Harding would die two and a half years later, his mantle taken over by Calvin Coolidge. Step back to this moment as Harding calls for a U.S. that is more active, that seeks peaceful and profitable connections with the world, and builds on its history without falling back into worse times.