Franklin D. Roosevelt quote about patience from Quarantine Speech (5 October 1937 ) - No nation every loses its dignity or its good standing by conciliating its differences, and by exercising great patience with, and consideration for, the rights of other nations.
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Quotes by Franklin D. Roosevelt · Quotes from Quarantine Speech · Quotes about patience · Quotes about difference · Quotes about rights

No nation every loses its dignity or its good standing by conciliating its differences, and by exercising great patience with, and consideration for, the rights of other nations.

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Franklin D. Roosevelt quote about patience from Quarantine Speech (5 October 1937 ) - No nation every loses its dignity or its good standing by conciliating its differences, and by exercising great patience with, and consideration for, the rights of other nations.
Franklin D. Roosevelt quote about patience from Quarantine Speech (5 October 1937 ) - No nation every loses its dignity or its good standing by conciliating its differences, and by exercising great patience with, and consideration for, the rights of other nations.
Franklin D. Roosevelt quote about patience from Quarantine Speech (5 October 1937 ) - No nation every loses its dignity or its good standing by conciliating its differences, and by exercising great patience with, and consideration for, the rights of other nations.
Franklin D. Roosevelt quote about patience from Quarantine Speech (5 October 1937 ) - No nation every loses its dignity or its good standing by conciliating its differences, and by exercising great patience with, and consideration for, the rights of other nations.