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The Medlock Post Ep. 99: The Wisdom of Calvin Coolidge

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A fundamental aspect of Calvin Coolidge’s philosophy was his refusal to separate economics from morality. He saw them as one and the same. This was especially true during Coolidge’s presidency. In a speech delivered to the Federation of Jewish Philanthropic Societies of New York he said that he regarded “a good budget as among the noblest monuments of virtue.” Coolidge also believed that the issue of taxation was a moral issue. 

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