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Often misattributed to George Washington. Probably originated from a spurious quote in "A Life of Washington, Vol. II" by James Paulding, p. 209: "It is impossible to govern the universe without the aid of a Supreme Being"
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It is impossible to rightly govern a nation without God and the Bible.  - Anonymous
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Attributed to Anne Frank but this phrase wasn't found in her diary. Although, a similar Hindu proverb was found in the book "Catholic Morality: Selected Sayings and Some Account of Various Religions" (1915), p. 24: "Did anyone ever become poor by giving alms?"
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Often attributed to Benjamin Franklin, but the earliest occurrence of this quotation was found in a book from 20th century.

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