Press Conference, August 25, 1925

June 17, 2020

Date: August 25, 1925 Location: Washington, D.C. (Original document available here) I don’t know whether I can get down to Plymouth or not. I wanted to get down there, but it is doubtful whether I can make it with all the things that are coming up here and the engagements that I have to confer […]

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Press Conference, July 22, 1924

May 20, 2020

Date: July 22, 1924 Location: Washington D.C. (Original document available here) Here is an inquiry as to whether I have tentatively accepted an invitation to speak at Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn, on Labor Day. That brings to my attention a matter that perhaps I ought to make a somewhat specific statement about. I suppose every public […]

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Plymouth, Labor Day

April 24, 2014

Title: Plymouth, Labor Day Date: September 1, 1919 Location: Plymouth, Massachusetts Summary: As the Governor of Massachusetts, Coolidge delivers a Labor Day address that highlights the interdependence between “the property class and the employed class” noting that this relationship “makes their interest the same in the long run.”  Coolidge suggests that when business and industry prosper, the people prosper, […]

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