From the Liberty Law Site: Silent Cals 6 Simple Rules
1. “Don’t hurry to legislate.”
2. Don’t promise much.
4. “Don’t expect to build up the weak by pulling down the strong.”
5. The Meaning of Progress.
Coolidge was not looking to return to the days of “horses and bayonets,” as Obama has joked. “We review the past,” he said, “not in order that we may return to it but that we may find in what direction, straight and clear, it points into the future.” Several of Coolidge’s speeches read like short history lessons, tracing the path of civilization from the Greeks and the Romans, to the Pilgrims and the Puritans, to Washington and Lincoln. To Coolidge, the history of western civilization culminated in the American founding.