Still More from the “Best of Coolidge” Readings

The Hardings and Coolidges at Union Station in Washington, prepared to begin a new administration together. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

The Hardings and Coolidges at Union Station in Washington, prepared to begin a new administration together. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

From the Vice Presidential years, here are the next three in our series, featuring “The Limitations of the Law,” delivered in San Francisco, California, in August 1922, “The Price of Freedom,” given at Evanston, Illinois, in January 1923, and finally, “The Things That Are Unseen,” given before Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts, June 1923.

Stay tuned for more to come.

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