Hoover's domestic policy was different from harding's and coolidge's because hoover
a) opposed farm subsidies.
b) opposed insurance for veterans.
c) supported more government regulation.
d) believed government should be smaller.


Even though Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover were all presidents elected to office  for the Republicans, Hoover wasn´t really a conservative.

As the economy suffered due to the infamous stock market crash of 1929, Hoover explored non-conservative policies that his predecessors wouldn´t support. He expanded public works, signed into law the high peacetime tax increase and signed a tariff that would end up hurting foreign trade.

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