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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Tried to establish a dialogue with the emerging nations of Latin America and improve strained relations with Mexico. Signed the Immigration Act restricting southern and eastern European immigration. Warren Harding vs Calvin Coolidge Both of these men were Presidents in the 1920's, Coolidge following Harding. They contributed to the growthof the United States, this graph depicts the ways in which they did this. Spurned the League of Nations and signed a separate peace treaty with Germany and Austria after WWI. Established the Soldier's Bonus Bill which provided twenty-year annuities for veterans at an overall cost of $2 billion. Espoused a policy of keeping government out of the way of big business and generally disdained regulation. Established the Cable Act which allowed an American woman to maintain her citizenship following marriage to an alien. Established the Veterans Bureau to handle veterans' medical and job needs and the Bureau of the Budget to prepare the US federal budget. Established the Radio Act of 1927 which assigned regulation of radio to the newly created Federal Radio Commission. And also established the Air Commerce Act which gave the Commerce Department regulatory powers over sectors of the aviation industry, such as the licensing of pilots and aircrafts. Signed the first federal child welfare program(Towner Maternity and Infancy Act). Cut taxes through the Revenue Acts of 1924, 1926, and 1928 and forged new alliances between government and business through Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover. The charges of patronage and wrongdoing sidetracked the president's agenda early in his administration. The accusations later proved to be true. In the wake of scandals and his untimely death while still in office, Harding's domestic achievements lost what little luster they had. Opposed US entry into the League of Nations and supported the flawed Kellogg-Briand Pactoutlawing war between nations. Warren Harding took office promising to undo many of the progressive policies of Woodrow Wilson's administration.Ushering in an era of conservative Republicanism, Harding wasted little time in cutting taxes on higher incomes and raising tariff rates. Established the Fordney-McCumber Tariff Act which allowed farmers to buy and sell cooperatively without the risk of prosecution under anti-trust laws. Established the Emergency Quota Act which limited the number of immigrants from any given country to 3 percent of that nationality already in the United States by 1910. Signed the Indian Citizenship Act, which granted full U.S. citizenship to all American Indians while permitting them to retain tribal land and cultural rights
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