How bad is it when Presidents get really sore?
Starting with thirty “liberated”
rifles, Augusto Sandino forced American troops out of Nicaragua in 1933
When Boston’s police walked out, a great city erupted in violence. By doggedly doing nothing, Governor Coolidge emerged as a national hero
In San Francisco Warren G. Harding lay dead, and the nation was without a Chief Executive. In the early morning hours, by the light of a flickering oil lamp, an elderly Vermonter swore in his son as the thirtieth President of the United States