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    Herbert Hoover Herbert Clark Hoover was born on August 10, 1874. He was the thirty first president of the United States. Hoover's Term for President was from 1929 to 1933. He was a world-wide known mining engineer and humanitarian administrator. • "As the United States Secretary of Commerce in the 1920s under Presidents Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge, he promoted economic modernization. In the presidential election of 1928, Hoover easily won the Republican Nomination. The nation was prosperous

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    lifetime." Hoover did not want Americans to become reliant on government aid and this optimism that Americans could overcome the greatest economic crisis is what later made him one of the most disliked presidents in history. Hoover continued to work as a mining engineer, although he had a strong desire for public service. Hoover identified himself as a Republican. World War 1 put Herbert Hoover in the forefront of American politics. When the war broke out in London, the U.S consul contacted Hoover and

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    Herbert Hoover is a debated figure in United States history. “Hoover is often remembered only for his unpopular presidency during the Great Depression.”(Winkler, 21) Although this negative stigma haunts his legacy, Herbert Hoover was a kind, tenderhearted and generous man who did much good in his life before, during, and after his presidency. One of Hoover’s greatest endeavors was his generosity and effort in behalf of the Belgian Relief program. The article highlights this event. Herbert Hoover

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    Herbert Hoover was a Republican who became the thirty-first president with 444 electoral votes. Herbert entered the office position only a few months before the Stock Market Crash which caused immense pressure to be a successful leader. The United States was in desperate need of financial aid and everyone was looking towards him. Although, Hoover only served one term from 1929 to 1933 which might indicate that it his presidency was not as good as thought to be. Herbert Clark Hoover was born in West

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    Herbert Hoover was known as the Great Humanitarian and the Great Engineer. Yet, he was blamed almost entirely for the Great Depression. Herbert Hoover accomplished much in his life, but it was definitely not an easy journey; he went through the ups and downs of the learning years that paved the path leading to his presidency, and he ultimately faced his fears. Herbert Hoover was born in the rural town of West Branch, Iowa on August 10, 1874, to Jesse and Hulda Hoover. Herbert was born in one of

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    Herbert hoover, and Franklin Roosevelt were both a very important part of the great depression. However both played a totally different role in it. Hoover was more known as the one who caused it. He was not liked by many people, and tried blaming the depression on them.(Biography.com Editors) FDR took over after Hoover and helped America out a lot. He provided help for people in America. He created jobs, provided food and, helped people in need. He even ended the depression in 1939. (Freidel) FDR

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    2016 Herbert Hoover was elected as president in 1929, but before that he was much more. Hoover was born a Quaker in Iowa, which makes him the only Iowan president. He had a hard childhood due to both of his parents passing away and leaving he and his two siblings orphans at the age of 9. He then moved in with his uncle in Oregon until he attended college at Stanford, making him one of the first people to go there. He graduated with a degree in geology and became an engineer. After awhile Hoover got

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    Will McClellan 3/5/17 Herbert Hoover Herbert Herbert is America’s 31st President and served between the years 1929-1933. He was president during some tough times such as the stock market crash of 1929 and the Great Depression. These were tough tasks for a president and since the Great Depression lasted so long, I don’t believe that he handled them very well so I believe that Herbert Hoover belongs in the hall of shame. Hoover became President in March, 1929. The stock market

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    Herbert Hoover was born in 1874 in a small town called West Branch, Iowa. He lost his parents when he was only six years old. He attended Friends Pacific Academy in Oregon, ended up getting failing grades which then brought him to Sandford University in California. Hoover barley passed the entrance exam for that school. He majored in geology. To pay for his tuition, he had to work in the registration and started a student laundry service. Hoover was elected treasurer of the student body in 1893.

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    biography Herbert Hoover, the primary factor that caused Hoover’s inadequate performance was his inability to effectively lead as a president. Leuchtenberg states in the biography that President Hoover was not the most "effective galvanizer." Even with Hoover’s successful history with economics and coordinating of political activities, it was evidently not enough for him to lead the nation with. In the biography, Leuchtenberg dives into the background of Hoover to delve into what shaped Hoover as an

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