The 30th president of the United States of America who was mostly remembered for being a man of few words, which earn him the nickname Silent Cal.
He was a farmer, school teacher, and local store clerk. He achieved national recognition for his handling of the Boston Police Strike of 1919.
He held a record number of presidential press conferences for the time, totaling 520.
His legacy as a small-government conservative came into question after he left office, but gained a renewed respect under Ronald Reagan, who shared many of Coolidge's values.