In a letter to Congress urging the nation to pay what it owed to veterans of the Continental Army, George Washington voiced his firm conviction that we as honorable Americans would “never leave unpaid the debt of gratitude” to those brave souls who “rescued by their arms from impending ruin” the fledgling United States. (excerpt)
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Fee, Christopher R. and Stewart, Joshua L., "We Have a Sacred Duty to House all Homeless Veterans" (2017). English Faculty Publications. 82.
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Fee, Christopher and Joshua L. Stewart. "We have a sacred duty to house all homeless veterans." The Hill (November 10, 2017).