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First, they must become a fully national party where all races, creeds, genders, and preferences are equally welcome and all the major groups can have visible members in prominent positions.
Sanford was the first Southern governor to call for employment without regard to race or creed.
The principle that “no one is above the law” is supposed to be a foundational democratic creed, but political leaders, at least in recent decades, have rarely been held accountable for their malfeasance.
No matter whether someone was a Democrat or a Republican, the creed was capitalism.
Regardless of race or creed—in many cases, regardless of highly limited capital—these entrepreneurs were able to buy a McDonald’s franchise and reap the rewards.
The new creed, called the King's Book, approved by the houses of convocation, and made the standard of English orthodoxy.
But the reading was, just then, a much more serious matter than any creed.
For it must always be remembered in fairness that the creed of violence has no necessary connection with socialism.
She moved slightly, like a dreamer in pain, as again she faced the creed she had hated through many a sleepless night.
In his simple creed if a girl accepted a man and let him kiss her and wore his ring it was a reciprocal love affair.
THE AMAZING INTERLUDEMARY ROBERTS RINEHART

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