Talk:In God We Trust

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 Definition National motto of the United States of America since 1956, appears on United States Federal Reserve bank notes and U.S. Treasury-issued coins. [d] [e]

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The article needs to be formatted and rewritten at least somewhat ("In God We Trust" needn't be bold and all caps on every use, for example), to be rendered consistent with Article Mechanics. --Larry Sanger 10:05, 6 January 2008 (CST)

All others pay cash

If anyone is actually working on this article, you should put in the popular Great Depression sign in diners and such-like, "In God we trust, all others pay cash." It apparently is making a comeback today.... Hayford Peirce 02:14, 24 March 2009 (UTC)