Daily (all right, weekly) dose of Coolidge

11623r“Underneath and upholding political parties was, and is, the enduring principle that a true citizen of a real republic cannot exist as a segregated, unattached fragment of selfishness, but must live as a constituent part of the whole of society, in which he can secure his own welfare only as he secures the welfare of his fellow men.”

(accepting nomination for president, Aug. 14, 1924)

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