Calvin Coolidge

1872 - 1933

A Quote by John Calvin Coolidge on prosperity

Prosperity is only an instrument to be used, not a deity to be worshiped.

Calvin Coolidge (1872 - 1933)

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A Quote by John Calvin Coolidge on presidency

I always figured the American public wanted a solemn ass for president, so I went along with them

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A Quote by John Calvin Coolidge

If you don't say anything, you won't be called on to repeat it.

Calvin Coolidge (1872 - 1933)

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A Quote by John Calvin Coolidge

You can't know too much, but you can say too much.

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A Quote by John Calvin Coolidge

I have never been hurt by anything I didn't say.

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A Quote by John Calvin Coolidge on atheism, intelligence, love, and needs

It is hard to see how a great man can be an atheist. . . . We need to feel that behind us is intelligence and love.

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A Quote by John Calvin Coolidge on achievement

Doubters do not achieve; skeptics do not contribute; cynics do not create.

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A Quote by John Calvin Coolidge on conviction, faith, life, motives, possibility, power, and work

Faith is the great motive power, and no man realizes his full possibilities unless he has the deep conviction that life is eternally important, and that his work, well done, is part of an unending plan.

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A Quote by John Calvin Coolidge on delusion, difficulty, greatness, and men

It is difficult for men in high office to avoid the malady of self-delusion. They are always surrounded by worshipers. They are constantly, and for the most part sincerely, assured of their greatness.

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A Quote by John Calvin Coolidge on america and business

The business of America is business.

Calvin Coolidge (1872 - 1933)

Source: Speech to Society of American Newspaper Editors Jan. 1725

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