Ulysses S. Grant about future (“Personal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant”, 1885) - It is preposterous to suppose that the people of one generation can lay down the best and only rules of government for all who are to come after them, and under unforeseen contingencies.
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It is preposterous to suppose that the people of one generation can lay down the best and only rules of government for all who are to come after them, and under unforeseen contingencies.
 Ulysses S. GrantPersonal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant (1885). copy citation

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