1. President Calvin Coolidge signed the Radio Act of 1927, which assigned regulation of radio to the newly created Federal Radio Commission.
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5. President Calvin Coolidge signed the Judiciary Act of 1925 into law, allowing the Supreme Court more discretion over its workload.
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6. President Calvin Coolidge appointed judges to various specialty courts as well, including Genevieve R Cline, who became the first woman named to the federal judiciary when Coolidge placed her on the United States Customs Court in 1928.
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10. President Calvin Coolidge continued the previous administration's policy of withholding recognition of the Soviet Union.
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15. On June 6, 1924, President Calvin Coolidge delivered a commencement address at historically black, non-segregated Howard University, in which he thanked and commended African-Americans for their rapid advances in education and their contributions to US society over the years, as well as their eagerness to render their services as soldiers in the World War, all while being faced with discrimination and prejudices at home.
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18. President Calvin Coolidge spoke in favor of the civil rights of African-Americans, saying in his first State of the Union address that their rights were "just as sacred as those of any other citizen" under the US Constitution and that it was a "public and a private duty to protect those rights.
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19. President Calvin Coolidge has often been criticized for his actions during the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927, the worst natural disaster to hit the Gulf Coast until Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
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22. President Calvin Coolidge addressed Congress when it reconvened on December 6, 1923, giving a speech that supported many of Harding's policies, including Harding's formal budgeting process, the enforcement of immigration restrictions and arbitration of coal strikes ongoing in Pennsylvania.
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28. President Calvin Coolidge called up more units of the National Guard, restored Curtis to office, and took personal control of the police force.
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35. President Calvin Coolidge forged another key strategic alliance with Guy Currier, who had served in both state houses and had the social distinction, wealth, personal charm and broad circle of friends which Coolidge lacked, and which would have a lasting impact on his political career.
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36. President Calvin Coolidge won a close victory over the incumbent Democrat, and reported to Boston for the 1907 session of the Massachusetts General Court.
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40. At his father's urging after graduation, President Calvin Coolidge moved to Northampton, Massachusetts to become a lawyer.
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43. President Calvin Coolidge restored public confidence in the White House after the scandals of his predecessor's administration, and left office with considerable popularity.
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