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#175+ Most Inspirational American President Quotes For the 4th Of July, Fourth Of July 2017 Sayings To Celebrate Independence Day USA

Fourth Of July 2017 Quotes & Sayings - Looking for 4th of July Quotes & Sayings By American Presidents ? then you have visited on awesome place. 4th of July (Fourth Of July) marks a very important days for America  because of what happened in 1776 when America's 13 colonies became independent from England. It was kind of a big deal, and these president quotes for the Fourth of July will tell you exactly why. Hint: your freedom. The Fourth of July represents the United States' independence, both in relation to England, as well as internally. America is a country that prides itself on the rights of its citizens, and none of that would have ever come to be if it weren't for July 4, 1776.

Freedom has come at a large cost, and while the United States still may not be the perfect country, it is lightyears ahead of much of the modern world. Some peoples have become well-known for a reason. they heva contributed so much for their nation. we should not ignore them. Also, these U.S. presidents have included perfectly in their speech on America's birthday the fervent desire of their forefathers to gain independence. here We have some best quotes & sayings of 4th of July 2017 which you can share with your friends, relatives and other beloved ones. Send these awesome collections of 4th of July 2017 quotes just to celebrate of Independence day. Spread the freedom with your colleagues share the patriotism of  Independence day by sending these unique collections of 4th July 2017 Quotes & sayings through social media like facebook, twitter, whatsapp and more.

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Abraham Lincoln, 16th U.S. President: "I would like to speak in all praise that is due to the many brave officers and soldiers who have fought in the cause of the Union and liberties of this country from the beginning of this war, not on occasions of success, but upon the more trying occasions of the want of success."

John F. Kennedy, 35th U.S. President: "There are those struggling to eke out a bare existence in a barren land who have never heard of free enterprise, but who cherish the idea of independence. There are those who are grappling with overpowering problems of illiteracy and ill-health and who are ill-equipped to hold free elections. But they are determined to hold fast to their national independence."

Woodrow Wilson, 28th U.S. President: "I would not have you live even to-day wholly in the past, but would wish to stand with you in the light that streams upon us now out of that great day gone by. Here is the nation God has builded by our hands."

Franklin Roosevelt, 32nd U.S. President (Addressed During World War II in 1942): "To the weary, hungry, unequipped Army of the American Revolution, the Fourth of July was a tonic of hope and inspiration. So is it now. The tough, grim men who fight for freedom in this dark hour take heart in its message--the assurance of the right to liberty under God--for all peoples and races and groups and nations, everywhere in the world."

Ronald Reagan, 40th U.S. President: "It began in 1620 when a group of courageous families braved a mighty ocean to build a new future in a new world. They came not for material gain, but to secure liberty for their souls within a community bound by laws. A century-and-a-half later, their descendants pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to found this Nation. Some would forfeit their fortunes and their lives, but none sacrificed honor."

Theodore Roosevelt, 26th U.S. President: "No amount of talking of what had been done in the Revolution would have availed anything if you had not had it in you to add to these great memories by the deeds which were to make, in their turn, forever memorable the years between the firing of Fort Sumter and Appomattox. So we come here together on the Fourth of July to see what a great people we are; to see how well the generations of our dead have done their duty.

Nelson Mandela, Former President of South Africa: "It always seems impossible until it's done."

Mahatma Gandhi, Civil rights leader: "It is unwise to be too sure of one's own wisdom. It is healthy to be reminded that the strongest might weaken and the wisest might err."

Anwar Sadat, third President of Egypt: "Great suffering has a silver-lining that we can be grateful for, because it builds up a human being and puts him or her within reach of self-knowledge."

Aung San Suu Kyi, Burmese stateswoman: "The four basic ingredients for success are: you must have the will to want something; you must have the right kind of attitude; you must have perseverance, and then you must have wisdom. Then you combine these four and then you get to where you want to get to."

Winston Churchill, Former British Prime Minister: "Every day you may make progress. Every step may be fruitful. Yet there will stretch out before you an ever-lengthening, ever-ascending, ever-improving path. You know you will never get to the end of the journey. But this, so far from discouraging, only adds to the joy and glory of the climb."

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#75+ Most Inspirational American President Quotes For the 4th Of July, Fourth Of July 2017 Sayings To Celebrate Independence Day USA
Inspirational American President Quotes For the 4th Of July, Fourth Of July 2017 Sayings

#75+ Most Inspirational American President Quotes For the 4th Of July, Fourth Of July 2017 Sayings To Celebrate Independence Day USA
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#75+ Most Inspirational American President Quotes For the 4th Of July, Fourth Of July 2017 Sayings To Celebrate Independence Day USA
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n the truest sense, freedom cannot be bestowed; it must be achieved. ~Franklin D. Roosevelt

Freedom's natal day is here.
Fire the guns and shout for freedom,
See the flag above unfurled!
Hail the stars and stripes forever,
Dearest flag in all the world.
~Florence A. Jones

The American Revolution was a beginning, not a consummation. ~Woodrow Wilson

A good many elderly people are afflicted with dreadful head-aches on the Fourth of July; but I suspect they don't mind it very much, for in every puff of blue smoke that wreathes itself under their noses, they see a boy's or a girl's happy face. ~William H. Rideing, "Fire-Crackers and the Fourth of July," 1874

Fourth of July, in the United States—It is the signal—the "banner on the outward wall" for sin and shooting crackers, pedantry and pinwheels, oranges and orations, sky-blue toilettes and sky-rockets. A day when patriotism pops and bursts about like so many bottles of sillery... ~Henry Howard Paul, "Fourth of July in the United States," 1851

This, then, is the state of the union: free and restless, growing and full of hope. So it was in the beginning. So it shall always be, while God is willing, and we are strong enough to keep the faith. ~Lyndon B. Johnson

Those who won our independence believed liberty to be the secret of happiness and courage to be the secret of liberty. ~Louis D. Brandeis

America is much more than a geographical fact. It is a political and moral fact — the first community in which men set out in principle to institutionalize freedom, responsible government, and human equality. ~Adlai Stevenson

We on this continent should never forget that men first crossed the Atlantic not to find soil for their ploughs but to secure liberty for their souls. ~Robert J. McCracken

It is very inspiring, my friends, to come to this that may be called the original fountain of independence and liberty in America and here drink draughts of patriotic feeling which seem to renew the very blood in one's veins. ~Woodrow Wilson, Presidential Address at Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1914 July 4th

Liberty is the breath of life to nations. ~George Bernard Shaw

The Declaration of Independence! The interest which in that paper has survived the occasion upon which it was issued; the interest which is of every age and every clime; the interest which quickens with the lapse of years, spreads as it grows old, and brightens as it recedes, is in the principles which it proclaims. ~John Quincy Adams (1767–1848), "The Declaration of Independence"

July is an intensely warm month in the States, and by some weather-freak, the fourth, of all days, is the very fiercest. ~Henry Howard Paul, "Fourth of July in the United States," 1851

You have to love a nation that celebrates its independence every July 4, not with a parade of guns, tanks, and soldiers who file by the White House in a show of strength and muscle, but with family picnics where kids throw Frisbees, the potato salad gets iffy, and the flies die from happiness. You may think you have overeaten, but it is patriotism. ~Erma Bombeck

A statistician made a few calculations and discovered that since the birth of our nation more lives had been lost in celebrating independence than in winning it. ~Curtis Billings

The Fourth of July, when we get to play our favorite American guessing game — fireworks or gunshots? ~Author unknown

Day of glory! welcome day!
Freedom's banners greet thy ray;
See! how cheerfully they play
      With thy morning breeze,
On the rocks where pilgrims kneel'd,
On the heights where squadrons wheel'd,
When a tyrant's thunder peal'd,
      O'er the trembling seas...
O let freemen be our sons;
And let future Washingtons
Rise, to lead their valiant ones,
      Till there's war no more.
~John Pierpont (1785–1866), "Independence"

For what avail the plough or sail, or land or life, if freedom fail? ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Is American Independence over when the last Fourth of July rocket dies in the darkness? Independence ascends stage by stage, from its infancy in political freedom, on toward a vigorous youth of material and economic emancipation, while the Delectable Mountains of the future beckon us to a national maturity... ~W.J. Cameron, 1937

That which distinguishes this day from all others is that then both orators and artillerymen shoot blank cartridges. ~John Burroughs

Hail! Independence, hail! Heaven's next best gift,
To that of life and an immortal soul!
~James Thomson, Liberty, A Poem, 1734  [Scottish poet. Of British freedom. —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

What was that cluster of stars that fell with a sudden hiss into the blue waters of the bay. A sky-rocket? True—it is time for the fireworks to commence; and now we shall have the really brilliant phase of the festivities of this day of jubilee. Bang! bang! bang!... Turn an ear to the city, and the noise is terrific. Glance along the vista; how the little shooting-crackers sparkle and coruscate, as if the stars had condescended to come upon earth, and have a regular jolly row, just for the fun of the thing. ~Henry Howard Paul, "Fourth of July in the United States," 1851

All we have of freedom, all we use or know —
This our fathers bought for us long and long ago.
~Rudyard Kipling, The Old Issue, 1899

It is a queer custom, this setting-off of fireworks, but it is observed in many countries; among others, in England on the Fifth of November, in China on New Year's Day, and in South America on all suitable and unsuitable occasions. ~William H. Rideing, "Fire-Crackers and the Fourth of July," 1874

Wake her with the voice of cannon—give her colors to the morn!
Make the day right glorious that saw the nation born;
Born to a life supernal, like the bird of storied fame—
From the ashes of dead empires springs her altar's sacred flame.
~Elizabeth M. Griswold, "The Nation's Birthday," in Spring and Summer School Celebration, edited by Alice M. Kellogg, 1895

The United States is the only country with a known birthday. All the rest began, they know not when, and grew into power, they know not how.... There is no "Republican," no "Democrat," on the Fourth of July, — all are Americans. ~James Gillespie Blaine

To the sages who spoke—to the heroes who bled—
To the day, and the deed—strike the harpstrings of glory!
Let the song of the ransom'd remember the dead,
And the tongue of the eloquent hallow the story.
      O'er the bones of the bold,
      Be the story long told,
And on Fame's golden tablets their triumphs enroll'd,
Who on freedom's green hills freedom's banner unfurl'd,
And the beacon-fire rais'd that gave light to the world.
~Charles Sprague (1791–1875), Ode for the Fourth of July, 1827, sung at the celebration in the Exchange Coffee-House in Boston

It is the love of country that has lighted and that keeps glowing the holy fire of patriotism. ~J. Horace McFarland

Whiz go the rockets, cleavingly into the air with many a snap, crack, and whir! Some shower silver stars, others red—as if a cherubim had thrown away a handful of rubies—perhaps green, orange, and blue. How magnificent the spectacle! High and loftily it mounts, like the impatient bolt of a war-horse; gradually the sound diminishes; we hear a gentle report, like a pistol discharged high in the air, and then the scattered lights dance on the bottom of the darkness, with fairy-like brilliancy. Now they flicker and run in grotesque circles; all expire save one, which seems coquetting with the air currents—ah! its turn has come; like a bright hope quickly crushed, it has fled, and all again is dark and solemn above. ~Henry Howard Paul, "Fourth of July in the United States," 1851

We must be free not because we claim freedom, but because we practice it. ~William Faulkner

Suddenly it occurred to me to ask, "Do you remember the first Fourth of July?" For, you see, being wholly American at heart, how could I imagine there had been any Fourth until the famous one of 1776? ~Lucy C. Lillie, "Memories of the Fourth," Harper's Young People, 1885 June 30th

[I]t behooves us as true Americans to enter the splendid new movement which is endeavoring to make the Fourth over from a day of shallow jingoism and unmeaning brutality and carnage into a day of initiation into the meaning of true citizenship and a festival of deep and genuine and beautiful patriotism. ~Robert Haven Schauffler, 1912

How dark the sky looked! how shining and bewildering the stars! We would look from the artificial lights flashing forth among the trees in our street to those lamps of heaven swung above us, and perhaps we wondered where all those who had given us our freedom were now. ~Lucy C. Lillie, "Memories of the Fourth," Harper's Young People, 1885 June 30th

In childhood the daylight always fails too soon—except when there are going to be fireworks; and then the sun dawdles intolerably on the threshold like a tedious guest. ~Jan Struther, Mrs. Miniver, 1930s  [Note: In its original context, this excerpt is referring to fireworks on Guy Fawkes' Day, not the U.S.A. Independence Day. —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

From every mountain side
Let Freedom ring.
~Samuel F. Smith, "America"

[F]ireworks had for her a direct and magical appeal. Their attraction was more complex than that of any other form of art. They had pattern and sequence, colour and sound, brilliance and mobility; they had suspense, surprise, and a faint hint of danger; above all, they had the supreme quality of transience, which puts the keenest edge on beauty and makes it touch some spring in the heart which more enduring excellences cannot reach. ~Jan Struther, Mrs. Miniver, 1930s  [Note: In its original context, this excerpt is referring to fireworks on Guy Fawkes' Day, not the U.S.A. Independence Day. —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

Among all the holidays of the year, one stands out as preëminently American; one appeals especially to that sentiment of patriotism and national pride which glows in every loyal American heart. Independence Day — the Fourth of July — is observed in every State in the Union as our distinctive national holiday.... the American colonists were no longer rebels in arms against their own country, but a free people fighting for their independence. ~Anonymous, "The Great American Holiday," in Our American Holidays: Independence Day, edited by Robert Haven Schauffler, 1912

To-morrow is Hell-fire Day, that English holiday which we have celebrated, every Fourth of July, for a century and a quarter in fire, blood, tears, mutilation and death, repeating and repeating and forever repeating these absurdities because neither our historians nor our politicians nor our schoolmasters have wit enough to remind the public that the Fourth of July is not an American holiday. However, I doubt if there is a historian, a politician, or a schoolmaster in the country that has ever stopped to consider what the nationality of that day really is. I detest that English holiday with all my heart; not because it is English, and not because it is not American, but merely because this nation goes insane on that day, and by the help of noise and fire turns it into an odious pandemonium. The nation calls it by all sorts of affectionate pet names, but if I had the naming of it I would throw poetry aside and call it Hell's Delight. ~Mark Twain, 1908

Somehow the Fourth had its quiet moments, too, even for little feet and childish voices, and small hands stole into each other as we sat looking at our fire-works with a sense that independence was a fine thing to declare. ~Lucy C. Lillie, "Memories of the Fourth," Harper's Young People, 1885 June 30th

Two hundred and twenty-seven years ago a bunch of guys got together on the Fourth of July and decided — because they didn't have any cherry bombs — they would declare some self-evident truths. ~The West Wing, "Jefferson Lives" [S5, E3, 2003], writing credits Carol Flint and Josh Singer, spoken by the character President Jed Bartlet

My patriotic heart beats red, white, and blue. ~Author unknown

I wish with all my heart that we could adopt the Fourth of July as the Festival Day of the whole English-speaking race. If this suggestion should seem strange to Americans, it is not unfamiliar to many Englishmen. We consider that the triumph of the American revolt against George III was a vindication of the essentially English idea of democratic self-government, and we believe that we have benefited by it almost as much as the Americans. It taught us a lesson which made the British Colonial Empire a possibility... our Government has forgotten the principles of George Washington, and has gone back to the principles of George III.... I have always repudiated the idea that Americans should be allowed to monopolize the Fourth of July. It is one of the great days... in the celebration of which all members of the English-speaking nations should participate. ~W.T. Stead, "England and the Fourth of July," in The Independent, 1900 July 5th

Once more the air is stirred by drifting flakes of emerald fire that, illumining the space around, reveal tens of thousands of spectators collected, with up-turned eyes, gazing at the pyrotechnic wonders. Up bound the serpents—orange and brazen. How they twizzle and fizzle with their bright curves in the soft night air! Then the Roman candles pop out the little red balls of fire, suggesting to the mind an endless visitation of electrical sugar-plums. The wheels flash and dart forth their spiral threads of light.... This grand display is the omega of the day's expenditure of gunpowder. ~Henry Howard Paul, "Fourth of July in the United States," 1851

Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom, must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it. ~Thomas Paine

The second day of July, 1776, will be the most memorable epocha in the history of America. I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated by succeeding generations as the great anniversary festival.... with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations, from one end of this continent to the other, from this time forward forevermore. You will think me transported with enthusiasm, but I am not. I am well aware of the toil and blood and treasure that it will cost us to maintain this Declaration and support and defend these States. Yet, through all the gloom, I can see the rays of ravishing light and glory. ~John Adams, letter to wife Abigail, 1776 July 3rd, Philadelphia

Where liberty dwells, there is my country. ~Benjamin Franklin

There was one bursting now, a delicate constellation of many-coloured stars which drifted down and lingered in the still air.... The final rocket went up, a really large one, a piece of reckless extravagance. Its sibilant uprush was impressive, dragonlike; it soared twice as high as any they had had before.... The sparks from the rocket came pouring down the sky in a slow golden cascade, vanishing one by one into a lake of darkness. ~Jan Struther, Mrs. Miniver, 1930s  [Note: In its original context, this excerpt is referring to fireworks on Guy Fawkes' Day, not the U.S.A. Independence Day. —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

We need an America with the wisdom of experience. But we must not let America grow old in spirit. ~Hubert H. Humphrey

Freedom is the oxygen of the soul. ~Moshe Dayan

Freedom has its life in the hearts, the actions, the spirit of men and so it must be daily earned and refreshed — else like a flower cut from its life-giving roots, it will wither and die. ~Dwight D. Eisenhower

May the sun in his course visit no land more free, more happy, more lovely, than this our own country! ~Daniel Webster

He that would make his own liberty secure, must guard even his enemy from opposition; for if he violates this duty he establishes a precedent that will reach himself. ~Thomas Paine

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