Woodrow Wilson quote about liberty from The New Freedom (1913) - I believe, for one, that you cannot tear up ancient rootages and safely plant the tree of liberty in soil which is not native to it.
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I believe, for one, that you cannot tear up ancient rootages and safely plant the tree of liberty in soil which is not native to it.

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Woodrow Wilson quote about liberty from The New Freedom (1913) - I believe, for one, that you cannot tear up ancient rootages and safely plant the tree of liberty in soil which is not native to it.
Woodrow Wilson quote about liberty from The New Freedom (1913) - I believe, for one, that you cannot tear up ancient rootages and safely plant the tree of liberty in soil which is not native to it.
Woodrow Wilson quote about liberty from The New Freedom (1913) - I believe, for one, that you cannot tear up ancient rootages and safely plant the tree of liberty in soil which is not native to it.
Woodrow Wilson quote about liberty from The New Freedom (1913) - I believe, for one, that you cannot tear up ancient rootages and safely plant the tree of liberty in soil which is not native to it.