"A return to normalcy" was U.S. Presidential candidate Warren Harding’s campaign promise in the election of 1920. Although many of Harding's detractors believed that the word was a neologism as well as a malapropism coined by Harding (as opposed to the more usual term "normality"), there was contemporary discussion and evidence found that normalcy was listed in dictionaries as far back as 1857. Furthermore, the concept apparently encapsulated what Americans wanted, since he was elected president over his Democratic opponent James Cox. Many historians have found humor in the fact that Harding's presidency was, considered by many to be, one of the most scandalous presidencies ever.
Agency Reviews Patent Application Approval Request for "Methods of Evaluating Normalcy of Lips and Safety of Lip Treatments"
Oct 11, 2012; By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Politics & Government Week -- Medicis Pharmaceutical Corporation has been issued patent...