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My friends, history, history calls us to this time and to this place. A solemn choice rests with us - where do we go fro
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"My friends, history, history calls us to this time and to this place. A solemn choice rests with us - where do we go from here? Do we move slowly and incrementally? Or do we seize the challenge of our time and tackle the great issues of our day"

- Thomas Vilsack

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Thomas Vilsack somewhere between December 13, 1950 and today. He/she was a famous Politician from USA. The author also have 5 other quotes.

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