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James Monroe

January 01, 1700 - January 01, 1700
"Great calamities make appeals to the benevolence of mankind, which ought not to be resisted. Good offices in such emergencies exalt the character of the party rendering them. By exciting grateful feelings, they soften the intercourse between nations, and tend to prevent war."source: Message to Congress, May 4, 1822.war, peace, calamities, natural disaster, charity, benevolence

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