Brought to you by the 1920s

Brought to you by the 1920s

CALVIN COOLIDGE: “Civilization and progress depend upon the genius of the people themselves, but that genius depends to a large extent upon the ability to perceive and accept leadership…”

“As society grows more complicated, as civilization advances, the burden of its support is not less; it is more. It was never so great as now. Society in America is in a healthy state of progress…”

“It is not enough to teach men science; the great thing is to teach them how to use science…”

“Unless the moral power of the world increases in proportion to its scientific power there is a real danger that the new inventions will prove instruments of our own destruction. If moral development keeps step, peace and good will have gained new allies…”

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