The Teapot Dome scandal. His Sec of the Int. Albert Fall was involved it it and Harding took the blame along with him and rumors of corruption inside the administration flourished. He died shortly afterwards while still in office.
Harding avoided controversy even if it meant ignoring real problems or evading justice, and failed to provide moral leadership !
No, it was the other way around. Calvin Coolidge was Warren G. Harding's running mate in the 1920 U.S. presidential election, so when Harding died on August 2, 1923, Calvin Coolidge became President.
Aided the growth of business
Calvin Coolidge. His main policy was "do as little as possible." (John) Calvin Coolidge (1872 - 1933), was a former anti-labor governor of Massachusetts. He was elected as Harding's vice-president and became president upon Harding's death in 1923. He was elected in his own right the following year and served until 1929.
Herbert Hoover was Secretary of Commerce for both Harding and Coolidge.
Harding and Coolidge both based their foreign policy on a return to isolationism.
Warren Harding was the president that Coolidge succeeded.
Coolidge pretty well agreed with Harding's philosophy of government. The difference was that Coolidge was totally honest and used his experience as a governor to run a clean and efficient administration.
Warren Harding. Coolidge was his VP.
The order of those four is Wilson, Harding, Coolidge, Hoover.
Calvin Coolidge (John Calvin Coolidge, Jr.) He took over the presidency when Warren Harding died on 2nd August 1923.