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It has become the custom in our country to expect all Chief Executives, from the President down, to conduct activities analogous t ...
[The political mind] is a strange mixture of vanity and timidity, of an obsequious attitude at one time and a delusion of grandeur ...
We thought we were made for each other. For almost a quarter of a century she has borne with my infirmities, and I have rejoiced i ...
At first I intended to become a student of the Senate rules and I did learn much about them, but I soon found that the Senate had ...
There is no dignity quite so impressive, and no independence quite so important, as living within your means.
As I went about with my father when he collected taxes, I knew that when taxes were laid some one had to work to earn the money to ...
While I do not think it was so intended I have always been of the opinion that this turned out to be much the best for me. I had n ...
We draw our Presidents from the people. It is a wholesome thing for them to return to the people. I came from them. I wish to be o ...
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