Nope. me neither.
That's because during the post WW1 recession - caused by money printing and war - President Harding did the exact opposite of what conventional wisdom would recommend today. Rather than give more heroin to the Leviathan addict of government spending and inflation, Harding cut government spending and taxes and employed rare wisdom by simply backing off to let the economy recover in 18 months.
Keep in mind that in 1921, the unemployment and GDP numbers were actually worse than those that occurred in 1929. What made the latter recession "Great" is that Hoover and FDR made it last almost twenty years by implementing a frighteningly fascist regime.