Principium Volume I, Book 3, Quote 237, 239. 242

237. John Adams urged the Americans of his time to “read and recollect and impress upon our souls the views and ends of our own immediate forefathers” and “recollect their amazing fortitude,”

- William J. Bennett – Our Sacred Honor, 1997


239. American patriotism, in short, is not based on tribe or family, but on principle, law, and liberty.

- William J. Bennett – Our Sacred Honor, 1997


242. [P]atriotism is an everyday virtue…a virtue that cannot be neglected or taken for granted. It requires education; it must be taught; and it must be, as Washington once said, supplemented by our self-interest.

- William J. Bennett – Our Sacred Honor, 1997

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