Herbert Hoover Accomplishments

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Before Herbert Hoover served as America’s 31st president during the years 1929 to 1933, Hoover accomplished global success as a mining engineer and worldwide gratitude as “The Great Humanitarian” who fed worn torn Europe during and after World War I. President Hoover brought to the presidency an outstanding reputation for public service as an engineer, administrator, and humanitarian. When the Republican convention in Kansas City began in the summer of 1928, the fifty-three-year old Herbert Hoover was an the boarder line of winning his party 's nomination for president. He had won many primaries in California, Oregon, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Michigan, and Maryland. Among important Republican supporters he had the help of women, progressives internationals, the new business elites, and corporate interests party regulars grudgingly supported Hoover,but they never trusted him. The convention voted Hoover on the first ballot teaming him with Senate Leader Charles Curtis of Kansas. The republican …show more content…

Hoover made many political enemies when he was pressing the federal Farm Board on Congress. This turned out not to be wise decision or political move. The most positive outcome of Herbert Hoover’s presidency was successfully enforcing the Good Neighbor policy. Not only did he talk about what he was gonna do he actually walked the walk. With the Clark Memorandum passed, Hoover removed military troops from Latin American countries as well as removing numerous naval ships in the region. This lessened the American influence on these developing nations. Also Hoover personally solved a dispute between Chile, Peru, and Bolivia. The Good Neighbor policy was the most positive outcome in Hoover’s presidency but he also had many more. President Hoover accomplished many of goal which he wanted and achevied his goal of a

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