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Should the motto "In God We Trust" be removed from U.S. currency?


 

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    M. T. Dremer 4 years ago

    In god we trust was not added to currency by the U.S. Forefathers. It was added to coins in the 1860s and paper money in the 1950s. The original motto was 'e pluribus unum' or "Out of many, one".