The Story of Liberty
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"While we are zealously performing
the duties of good citizens and
soldiers, we certainly ought not to 
be inattentive to the higher duties of 
religion. To the distinguished
character of Patriot, it should be our 
highest glory to add the more
distinguished character of
Christian."
--The Writings of Washington, pp.
342-343.


"Few men have virtue to 
withstand the highest bidder."
George Washington


The propitious smiles of heaven
can never be expected on a nation
that disregard the eternal rules of 
order and right which Heaven
itself has ordained."
Inaugural address 1789
 George Washington


"It would be peculiarly improper to omit
in this first official act, my fervent
supplications to that Almighty Being who
rules over the universe - who presides
in the council of nations - and whose 
providential aids can supply every
human defect, that his benediction may
consecrate to the liberties and happiness 
of the people of the United States."

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