Carter Braxton: Founding Father Quote
Carter Braxton Quote
United States Founding Father
The happiness and dignity of man I admit consists in the practice of private virtues, and to this he is stimulated by the rewards promised to such conduct. In this he acts for himself, and with a view of promoting his own particular welfare.
Carter Braxton: May 1776 - address to the Convention of the Colony and Ancient Dominion of Virginia
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