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Which best describes Calvin Coolidge’s relationship with business, industry, and the stock market? Coolidge did not try to regulate business, industry, or the stock market. Coolidge tried to regulate business and industry but not the stock market. Coolidge tried to regulate the stock market but not business and industry. Coolidge did not try to regulate business but tried to regulate the stock market.

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Brandon Scott on October 1, 2018

The best way to describe Calvin Coolidge relationship with business, industry and the stock market was that Coolidge does not try to regulate the trade, industry or the stock market. The correct option among all the options given in the question is the first option. Coolidge was of the opinion that "The chief business of America is business", and so he felt no need to intervene.


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