The Real Reason ‘In God We Trust’ Is On The U.S. Dollar

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In 1956, the United States decided to switch their motto from “E pluribus unum” to “In God We Trust”. So what was the reason behind this change?

Learn More:
U.S. Department of the Treasury: History of ‘In God We Trust’

TIME: How ‘In God We Trust’ Got on the Currency in the First Place

PBS: God in the White House

PBS: “In God We Trust” Reaffirmed as National Motto… Again

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