28 February 2007

Good at presiding

I've been meaning to write about my favorite and least favorite past presidents, but this article by Robert Higgs echoes my opinions almost exactly.  I agree that Coolidge was the best president of the 20th century (because he did the least) and that the early presidents were the most admirable, especially Jefferson and Washington, because they still understood their constitutional limits.  Speaking of Washington, he had two on the vine.


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