I would rather belong to a poor nation that was free than to a rich nation that had ceased to be in love with liberty.
– Woodrow Wilson (28th U.S. President)
When one side only of a story is heard and often repeated, the human mind becomes impressed with it insensibly.
– George Washington (1st U.S. President)
Mankind must put an end to war — or war will put an end to mankind.
– John F. Kennedy (35th U.S. President)
We must teach our children to resolve their conflicts with words, not weapons.
– Bill Clinton (42nd U.S. President)
A president’s hardest task is not to do what is right, but to know what is right.
– Lyndon B. Johnson (36th U.S. President)
He serves his party best who serves the country best.
– Rutherford B. Hayes (19th U.S. President)
Being a politician is a poor profession. Being a public servant is a noble one.
– Herbert Hoover (31st U.S. President)
No government is perfect. One of the chief virtues of a democracy, however, is that its defects are always visible and under democratic processes can be pointed out and corrected.
– Harry S. Truman (33rd U.S. President)
The only legitimate right to govern is an express grant of power from the governed.
– William Henry Harrison (9th U.S. President)
We must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex.
- Dwight D. Eisenhower (34th U.S. President)