SOURCE: New York Times
Previously resistant descendants of Warren G. Harding had denied proof based on commercial DNA testing that plaintiff James Blaesing was Harding's grandson. With exhumation looming, they conceded that Blaesing was a descendant of Harding and mistress Nan Britton.
Members of Warren Harding's family have accepted DNA evidence of the paternity of the former president's daughter. Harding's grandson today seeks to have the body exhumed for further testing, possibly to spite the organization that runs the Harding Memorial.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
The Warren Harding presidency promised a return to normalcy after war, pandemic, political unrest and racial violence. The promise proved illusory.
by James D. Robenalt
Just as Americans visit and revere the graves of those in Arlington and other national cemeteries in the United States, it is important to remember that the nation made a solemn compact with the families of those who were lost in the First World War.
SOURCE: Bill Moyers
by Heather Cox Richardson
Warren G. Harding created an atmosphere in which the point of government was not to help ordinary Americans, but to see how much leaders could get out of it.
SOURCE: Washington Post
Warren G. Harding’s comments about race and equality were remarkable for 1921.
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