Warren G. Harding (born 2 November 1865) was an American No-Maj politician who belonged to the Republican Party.[1][2] He served as the President of the United States of America from 4 March 1921 to an unknown date.[1][2]

In its 6 December 1926 issue, the New York Chronicle reported that President Harding had delivered an in-person address before the U.S. Congress that day, challenging opponents of the Ship Subsidy Bill to work to defeat it instead of ignoring it because "the failure of Congress to act decisively [would] be no less disastrous than adverse action."[2][3]

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