Herbert Clark Hoover (1874-1964)
Principles and Ideals of the United States Government (22.10.1928)
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In Herbert Hoover’s penultimate speech of his successful presidential campaign, the self-made millionaire expresses his belief that the American system is based on "rugged individualism" and "self-reliance." He suggests that government, which had necessarily assumed unprecedented economic powers during World War I, should retreat, and cease to interfere with businesses.

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