“Man of Few Words, Coolidge Had Much to Say” by David M. Shribman

President Coolidge at Camp Devens with friend and political lieutenant, William M. Butler, also of Massachusetts.

President Coolidge at Camp Devens with friend and political lieutenant, William M. Butler, also of Massachusetts.

From way back in 2004, comes this enjoyable piece by the executive editor of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, David M. Shribman. Herein Mr. Shribman explains why Coolidge, so underrated for so long, deserves reappraisal. It is indicative of powerful thoughts that a piece now eleven years old, relying upon words that were written and spoken as far as ninety-six years ago, find just as suitable a place in 2015 as when they were first expressed. Such is the timeless potency of truth.

Enjoy, Coolidge friends.

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