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" Above all. we insist that while facing changed conditions and new problems, we must face them in the spirit which our forefathers showed when they founded and preserved this Republic. The corner-stone of the Republic lies in our treating each man on his... "
Popular Science Monthly and World's Advance - Page 538
1914
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The Old South and the New: A Complete Illustrated History of the Southern ...

Charles Morris - Southern States - 1907 - 640 pages
...founded and preserved this Republic. The cornerstone of the Republic lies in our treating each man on his creed, his birthplace, or his occupation, asking...well to his family, to his neighbors, to the State. We base our regard for each man on the essentials and not the accidents. We judge him not by his profession,...
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Jamestown tributes and toasts

Jamestown (Va.) - 1907 - 196 pages
...cannot make his way, That Mighty West steer clear of. CE FISHEB. Chicago. 147 TO THE INDIVIDUAL CITIZEN THE corner stone of the Republic lies in our treating each man on his worth as a mail, paying no heed to his creed, his birthplace, or his occupation, asking not whether he is rich...
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Roosevelt's Writings: Selections from the Writings of Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt - Citizenship - 1920 - 365 pages
...spirit which 20 our forefathers showed when they founded and preserved this Republic. The corner-stone of the Republic lies in our treating each man on his...whether he is rich or poor, whether he labors with 2s head or hand; asking only whether he acts decently and honorably in the various relations of his...
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The Progressive Revolution in Politics and Political Science: Transforming ...

John A. Marini, Ken Masugi - Political Science - 2005 - 388 pages
...doing so, the courts had ignored the "corner-stone of the Republic": the determination to "treat ... each man on his worth as a man, paying no heed to...rich or poor, whether he labors with head or hand," granting "the largest personal liberty consistent with securing the well-being of the whole" by attempting...
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THE OLD SOUTH AND THE NEW from the EARLIEST DAYS to the JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION

CHARLES MORRIS - 1907
...founded and preserved this Republic. The cornerstone of the Republic lies in our treating each man on his creed, his birthplace, or his occupation, asking...well to his family, to his neighbors, to the State. We base our regard for each man on the essentials and not the accidents. We judge him not by his profession,...
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