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A Mouse in Every Pot and a Cat in Every Bed*

*The similarity of this slogan to Herbert Hoover’s 1928 presidential campaign slogan is completely intentional. However, it does not mean that Mr. Hoover endorses any of the candidates below. 250 more words

Humor

Review of "Herbert Hoover: A Biography" by Eugene Lyons

First published in 1947, Eugene Lyons’s “Herbert Hoover: A Biography” was updated and republished in 1964 shortly after Hoover’s death. Although Russian-born, Lyons was raised in the United States and became a staunch critic of communism. 525 more words

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Meatless Mondays

It’s funny how we constantly reinvent the past. And while few people admit to liking history, we always seem to be reliving it.

Take the recent phenomenon called Meatless Mondays. 312 more words

Life Observations

Review of "Herbert Hoover: A Public Life" by David Burner

Herbert Hoover: A Public Life” by David Burner was first published in 1979 and is widely recognized as the most authoritative one-volume biography of Hoover’s life. 445 more words

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Young Republicans Eat They're (sic) Young

we serve a community of none
we serve everyone
we serve a community of none
we serve everyone

if incompetence had a name
it would be… 34 more words

Poetry

Review of "Herbert Hoover" by William Leuchtenburg

Published in 2009, “Herbert Hoover” by William E. Leuchtenburg is a member of The American Presidents Series. Leuchtenburg is professor emeritus of history at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and the author of numerous books on 20th century history. 464 more words

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