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Beginning

“. . . [T]he American Revolution was a beginning, not a consummation, and the duty laid upon us by that beginning is the duty of bringing the things then begun to a noble triumph of completion.” ~ Woodrow Wilson, Address to the Daughters of the American Revolution. (October 11, 1915)

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