The Federalist has published this welcome piece by the superbly talented author and Coolidge scholar, David Pietrusza. We are reminded not merely of Coolidge’s connection to Manhattan, where the CCMF hosted the First Annual New York Dinner on November 12, but especially of our thirtieth president’s solid accomplishments in office. Appreciation for his record is justifiably finding renewal and this time, as Mr. Pietrusza notes, not merely in academic circles, but also as a hero among regular Americans. He is fast becoming equally as admired and respected as Ronald Reagan, who himself aspired to Coolidge’s example for leadership. It is great to see why Coolidge is cool again.