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Secretary of State for Harding

Charles Evans highes

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Secretary of treasury

Andrew Mellon

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Sec. of commerce

Hoover

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Sec. of the Interior

Albert B fall

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Atty. Gen.

Harry m Daugherty

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Harding appointed him as Chief Justice

Taft

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Adkins v. Children's Hospital

Reversed reasoning and Muller v Ogden invalidated a minimum-wage law for women

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Esch cummins transportation act

Encourage private consolidation of the railroads and pledged interstate commerce commission to guarantee the profitability

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Merchant Marine act

Authorized the shipping board to dispose of much of the hastily built wartime fleet at bargain basement prices

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La follette Seamans act

American shipping drive and competition foreigners to provide crews with bad food and starvation wages

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Veterans Bureau

Authorized to operate hospitals and provide vocational rehabilitation for the disabled

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American legion

Founded by Teddy Roosevelt in Paris wanted more benefits for veterans

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Adjusted compensation act

Every former soldier got it paid up insurance policy to 20 years adding 3.5 billion to the cost of the war Coolidge Fiege Congress override it

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Hughes

Secured American right to share in exploitation of oil in Middle East

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Disarmament conference

Address Naval disarmament and situation in the far east

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Five power Naval Treaty of 1922

Embodied high ideas unship ratios but compensation to Japan Great Britain and America would refrain from fortify eastern possessions like the Philippines and was not subjected to restrains in their possessions

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For power treaty

Replace the Anglo Japanese alliance

Bound Great Britain Japan France and the US preserve the status quo in the Pacific

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Nine power treaty of 1922

Open door in China

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Frank B Kellogg

Coolidge's secretary of state won Noble peace prize for a role
signed with French Foreign Minister in 1928 the Kellogg Briand pact or the pact of Paris

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Fordney McCumber tariff law

Increase the tariff from 27% to 38.5%

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Col. Charles R Forbes

Resigned from head of veterans Bureau after looting 200 million of government funds in connection to building veterans hospitals

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Teapot dome scandal

Albert B fall got the secretary of the Navy transfer the properties of Teapot Dome and elk Hills to the Interior Department event and leased the land to oilman Harry S Sinclair and Edward L Doheny after bribes

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Capper volstead act

Exempted farmers marketing cooperatives from antitrust prosecution

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McNary Haugen bill

Sought to keep agricultural prices high by authorizing the go to buy up surpluses and sell a broad government losses would be made up by tax on farmers Vetoed

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John W Davis

Democratic choice for presidential candidate in 1924

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La Follette

Liberal candidate for progressive Party
Support of socialists and poor farmers
Call For government ownership of railroads relief for farmers lashed out at monopoly and anti-labor injunctions urged constitutional amendment to limit Supreme Court's power to any about eight laws passed by Congress

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Dawes plan of 1924

Negotiated five Charles Dawes rescheduled German reparations payments and opened way for further American private loans to Germany

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Alfred e smith

Democratic candidate in1928