Lead: With the nation in the midst of unprecedented prosperity, Cal Coolidge quit.

                Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts.

                Content: Successful politicians are often very clever in their ability to entertain the electorate, usually with vivid, inflammatory rhetoric. Legend has it that the City of Chicago is known as the Windy City, not for the breezes coming off Lake Michigan, but from the political winds heaved up by the City's politicians. Yet, every once in a while, an office-seeker connects with the voters simply because he or she is not captivated with the sound of their own voice. Consider if you will the case of John Calvin Coolidge.

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