____ G. ____ was born in the village of Corsica, later Blooming Grove, Ohio, November 2, 1865. His family had a hard time making ends meet at the end of the Civil War. He was only 19 when he found his life's calling-newspaper work. ____ then bought the Marion Star, a local newspaper, for $300. On July 8, 1891, ____ married Florence Kling De Wolfe. On Nov. 2, 1920, ____ was elected the twenty-ninth president of the United States of America. In Washington, the Hardings opened the gates of the White House, which had been locked since before World War I. ____ died on August 2, 1923, under mysterious circumstances - some think that he was poisoned.
This president once gambled away an entire set of White House china, at a poker game, dating back to Benjamin Harrison's time.
This president, when a Senator, voted for the two constitutional amendments of the period-the 18th, or Prohibition, Amendment, and the 19th, giving women the right to vote.
This president was the first one to ride to his inauguration in a car.
This man was the first president to speak over the radio.
This president once said "American business is not a monster, but an expression of God-given impulse to create, and the savior of our happiness."
Who is this president?
Richard M. Nixon Warren Harding Calvin Coolidge Lyndon B. Johnson Herbert Hoover Woodrow Wilson