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June 1924 President Calvin Coolidge

President Calvin CoolidgePresident Calvin Coolidge 1923β€”1929

β€œI have so many times reiterated my interest in this great movement that anything which I might add would be a repetition of former statements, but I am nevertheless glad to have this opportunity to express again my sympathy with the deep and intense longing which finds such fine expression in the Jewish national homeland in Palestine.

The proposed plan furnishes to the Jewish people an opportunity to devote their great qualities to the up building and preservations of their homeland and in their own sphere, and I feel sure that the people of the United States will not fail to give that earnest and substantial aid which will be necessary if it is to meet with a full measure of success.”

Source: Gervasi, Frank. The Case For Israel. P 199.

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